As a blind woodworker, the blueprints for any of my projects start forming as a picture held in my mind. I’m fortunate to previously have had vision, as it allows me to visualize the design and change it any way I need until it feels right. In my own way I still use sight by forming a physical object that originated from an imagined diagram. The journey in my own wood shop has mirrored my journey through blindness. Each project has brought its own challenge, much like navigating the landscape of a sighted world without sight.