Becoming a blacksmith started as something much simpler for Cameron Fisher.
Nearly 15 years ago, Cameron when to farrier school to further his knowledge on shoeing horses. While his job as a farrier was rewarding in its own right, what he developed over time was a true love for the craft of blacksmithing.
At an event, Cameron met a blacksmith who took the time to explain how and what he does and the two developed a relationship based on the exchange ideas and knowledge. His mentor allowed Cameron to make mistakes (and there were many!) and used them as teaching tools. Under his guidance, Cameron learned the skills needed to craft items in a style that has long been forgotten.Read More