Interview: Andy Roth

Interview: Andy Roth

Andy Roth is a craftsman that came through one of our training sessions last year. He hails from Canada and is one of the most creative and eclectic guys we know, so we asked him a few questions about his path and personal creative process. He has known he wanted to be a builder of […]

Interview: Charles Coleman

Posted by on Nov 10, 2014 in concrete design house, creativity, design, interview
Interview: Charles Coleman

I sat down with Charles Coleman on a warm fall afternoon to talk about his personal creative process and how it was developed. As our friend and official photographer, Charles has been hugely influential in the development of Set in Stone’s visual presentation. I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I enjoyed talking […]

Interview: Staj Olson of Set in Stone

Posted by on Sep 22, 2014 in concrete design house, creativity, design, interview
Interview: Staj Olson of Set in Stone

Staj Olson of Set in Stone sat down with me a week or so ago to discuss his personal views on creativity and his struggles with being a creative person. Staj is an incredibly pragmatic person; a self described “right-brain” thinker. This often implies that it is logic that rules the day rather than creativity, […]

Interview: Justin Burd of Set in Stone

Posted by on Aug 8, 2014 in concrete design house, creativity, design, interview
Interview: Justin Burd of Set in Stone

Last week I had the chance to sit down with our own Justin Burd and talk about what living creatively means to him. It was a great conversation and especially interesting to hear how life outside of the shop affects his work. We began by talking about where he came form and how concrete became […]

Interview: Nathan Smith of Set in Stone

Posted by on May 16, 2014 in creativity, interview
Interview: Nathan Smith of Set in Stone

This post is the beginning of an interview series with creative individuals in which we explore core ideas and practices of living creative lives. Through these conversations we hope to learn from and celebrate our own unique paths, methods, and stories. I had the opportunity to sit down over coffee with Nathan Smith and have […]