Steven James, a refugee from one of the nation's flyover states, now living in San Francisco spent his childhood breaking his art teacher’s rules – coloring outside the lines, peeling the wrapper off crayons and making glue skin in the palm of his hand.
Now that he is older, wiser and craftier he still wants to break the rules, but he needs you to join in the fun. Put aside the responsibilities of your life and get back the creative connections you made as an 8-year old. A full-time elementary school teacher, who has made appearances on the DIY and HGTV networks he loves taking a break from his own routine and spending a few hours with adults who will hopefully avoid picking noses, scabs or fights and focus on being as creative and inspired as possible.
His published work has appeared in magazines such as ReadyMade and BeadStyle and books from Lark and Kalmbach. He has spread his love of handmade by developing craft ideas for TiVo, the Gap and the San Francisco Chronicle as well as various websites.
Living by the mantra, “what are you gonna make today” Steven hopes to spark creativity in everyone he meets through a series of classes he teaches around the world. Learn more about having him in your home!
San Francisco Chronicle Home & Garden
Putting your guests in their place at Thanksgiving
Boy Scout Napkins
Pak-o-Fun Crafts Magazine
Pilot, Real Simple with Dr. Nancy Snyderman
Smart Solutions with Maty Monfort
Craft Lab with Jennifer Perkins
DIY Jewelry Making with Jackie Guerra
Dazzling Beaded Jewelry
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