Greetings! My name is Kim Muthersbough (MOO-therz-bah), and I help run the wood shop for the KSU Architecture Department. I am proud to be part of a team that is, along with the extensive assortment of tools and equipment in the shop, a formidable resource for our students.
I could be described as a maker, since I have enjoyed making things for as long as I can remember. I have worked with many different types of materials and fabrication processes. My focus the last 15 to 20 years has been on wood working and wood turning. During that time my active participation in the Woodworkers Guild of Georgia, the Georgia Association of Woodturners, and the Atlanta Woodturners Guild has helped me to grow as a woodworker/woodturner.
I am always interested in projects that expand my knowledge, skills, and experience with crafting objects from wood or similar materials. Therefore, the opportunity to work with the students at KSU and their energetic creativity is always refreshing, even if their projects can sometimes be challenging. I also enjoy sharing my woodworking expertise, which I am able to do through authoring the university's shop video series and coaching students on their journey to bring their designs to life.
I invite you to come by and visit us in the Architecture wood shop sometime soon!