September 2015

“craft&design”¬†magazine September/October issue full page feature as Selected Silver Award winner.

July 2013

Countryman” magazine has just published an article about me and my work in their August issue. They have kindly provided a pdf that is available to view here.

November 2010

Earth Pathways Diary – a co-operatively produced UK Diary aiming to be a network and resource for Earth lovers, environmentalists, artists, writers and activists. Contains contributions from artists and writers from all over the UK including an image of my work for the second year running.

October 2010

Publication of “Woodlanders – new life in Britains forests” edited by Ian Edwards and published by Saraband. The book is filled with articles about people working or playing with woodlands, wood or woodland products in Britain. It covers wooden buildings, harvesting wild products, art and crafts, working with groups and the community woodland movement. Includes an article on my work.

16th September 2010

Profile of me and my work by Helen Johnson in “CRAFT & DESIGN”¬†magazine, just published in September/October issue. They have kindly provided a pdf that is available to view here.

4th May 2010

An American magazine “Scrollsaw Woodworking & Crafts” has published an article profiling me and my work and shows a project detailing how make a pair of inlay earrings. They have kindly provided a pdf that is available to view here.

15th April 2009

Permaculture” magazine feature about us, our lifestyle and my work entitled “Alchemy of Land & Wood” published in their next issue (publication date late April), view pdf here.

1st October 2008

“Geoff King – Artist in Wood”, a profile by Fi Martynoga published in the autumn issue of “Reforesting Scotland” magazine. They have kindly provided a pdf of the article that is avaiable to view here.

10th June 2008

An American magazine “Woodcarving Illustrated” has published an article (written by Kathleen Ryan) profiling Geoff and his work and shows a project detailing how to carve a brooch. They have kindly provided a pdf that is available to view here.