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Please do call ahead as not to interrupt fellow peers. TY!

843.241.5808 – Text or call anytime

Thank you for stopping by my virtual glass studio here on the worlds biggest newspaper. If you would like to stop in and talk glass, browse my current inventory or book a class please call ahead and we’ll connect. I would be happy to host any visitors looking for local made art! I usually have cases available. My location is a studio in which I teach, demo and create my art that anyone is welcome to but please do call before showing up as it’s not a brick and mortar store or gallery.  8)

I closed my studio, High Tide Glass Studio in October of 16′ and created a more private studio away from the hustle and bustle of the boulevards traffic.

On this site you’ll be able to find most everything I do, teach and create. You can also find out what I’m involved in and where I might be heading next for a show or craft fair. Should you ever be visiting Myrtle Beach, S.C.  I hope you’ll call & stop in. Maybe learn a thing or two about melting glass or watch as a glass object is being created. If your a visiting glass artist I have a spot with quick disconnects and you should know that to collaborate is to live!  8)

I’ve been blowing glass now 20 years with 14 of those teaching many new future glass artists. If you have any interest whatsoever in melting glass on a torch (Lampworking) please visit my Classes page. I have a fast 1 hour class (Make &Take) to “test the water”! You’ll create a pendant, marble or something manageable. I teach as if I’m planting a seed in a future glass artist. I’ve easily now taught over 300 students and only a couple really dug in while most touch the flame here and there as a hobbyist.

I can not stress enough ….. It is VERY important to have a first class that not only lets you melt but teaches you about flame chemistry and color composition. Knowing ones tools and materials is a very critical key to this craft. You can do a search on Google for High Tide Glass Studio, my old studio on the boulevard, for some reviews. Also my Facebook page Samson Glass has reviews. I am blessed to be able and love to teach, it’s a solid passion of mine fosho!

Something I’ve been doing for the past 6 years is taking ashes, both family and our furbies, and create memorial glass keepsakes. This is something close to my heart and it is a huge honor to be entrusted in such a way. Please visit my Memorial page for more info and please don’t hesitate to call to discuss.

Should you ever have something in that brain needing to escape surrounding glass give me a call and we’ll discuss. I absolutely love doing custom work of any kind within my skill set.

Please have a look around, any questions please don’t hesitate to contact by email at