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 teaches and writes about chip carving. His writing on the subject has been published in Fine Woodworking Magazine. Chip Carving: Techniques For Carving Beautiful Patterns By Hand is his first book on the subject, .