Hi! We are Jodie and Bill Rosener. We live on a small farm in Oklahoma with our daughter Amy. Together, we love teaching others about the rewarding experiences of creating things yourself with wood and clay.
Below is video showing Bill turning a “small” bowl!
If you are into woodworking, woodturning, or pottery, hopefully this website will help inspire and motivate you. Other people may benefit from the essential tips and techniques covered in these pages. You should also find numerous safety guidelines to help ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience.
Bill is a professor at Northeastern State University during the day. There he teaches courses in computer programming, computer graphics (including 3D), and website design. He has written numerous articles for “More WoodTurning Magazine”, “American Woodturner” and has given presentations as the Northeastern Oklahoma Wood Turners Association and the SouthWest Association of Turners. See his portfolio and demonstrations, publications, and awards and for a partial listing of his work and contributions.
History of SunCatcherStudio
SunCatcherStudio has been teaching and playing with wood and clay since 1997. Below are images of the original SunCatcherStudio built prior to 1997. Dirt floor and all!
In 2007, we took down the original structure to make room for the new 60′ x 40′ studio.
In 2014, SunCatcherStudio add a separate building just for pottery.