Daniel Clay is a woodworker, designer and artist living and working in Knoxville. Daniel’s woodworking education began in 2005 with a boat building apprenticeship at The Carptenter’s Boatshop, in Pemaquid, ME. His experiences building and restoring traditional wooden boats led him to explore other woodworking and design disciplines including timber-framing, furniture and cabinetry, and various styles of traditional woodcarving. In addition to his full-time woodwork and design practice in Knoxville, Daniel travels the U.S. teaching chip carving. His writing on the subject has been published in Fine Woodworking Magazine and he is currently at work on a book about chip carving for the Nashville based publisher, Blue Hills Press.