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    Trent Preszler, PhD
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Scraping glue off the inside of my first canoe - my No. 2 post of 2016. The portrait was taken by @barisonzi_photo and it appeared in a feature story about me in @esquire magazine.
Scraping glue off the inside of my first canoe - my No. 2 post of 2016. The portrait was taken by @barisonzi_photo and it appeared in a feature story about me in @esquire magazine.
Removing staples from the station molds after completing strip layup on the ombré canoe. My No. 3 post of 2016. Can you count the number of times I put off and took off my hat? LOL 🧐
Removing staples from the station molds after completing strip layup on the ombré canoe. My No. 3 post of 2016. Can you count the number of times I put off and took off my hat? LOL 🧐
Stable of Canoes, my No. 4 post of 2016.
Stable of Canoes, my No. 4 post of 2016.
My No. 5 most liked post of 2016, portrait by @barisonzi_photo. Blue boots from @redwingheritage
My No. 5 most liked post of 2016, portrait by @barisonzi_photo. Blue boots from @redwingheritage
Closing the hull of my ombré canoe from cedar to walnut to ziricote. This was my No. 6 post of 2016 — I used filters back then. 🙄🤷🏼‍♂️
Closing the hull of my ombré canoe from cedar to walnut to ziricote. This was my No. 6 post of 2016 — I used filters back then. 🙄🤷🏼‍♂️
My No. 7 post of 2016, canoe in white, shot by @aarontjoseph for The Wall Street Journal Magazine @wsjmag.
My No. 7 post of 2016, canoe in white, shot by @aarontjoseph for The Wall Street Journal Magazine @wsjmag.
Look what @randeedaddona got in the mail today! The official Emmy for the documentary she produced and filmed for @newsday about my boatbuilding life. Second pic shows close up of the name plaque. See link in my bio for the video. 🏆
Look what @randeedaddona got in the mail today! The official Emmy for the documentary she produced and filmed for @newsday about my boatbuilding life. Second pic shows close up of the name plaque. See link in my bio for the video. 🏆
Closing the gap on the ombré canoe, my No. 8 most liked post of 2016. And a hug for Caper at the end. 🐶
Closing the gap on the ombré canoe, my No. 8 most liked post of 2016. And a hug for Caper at the end. 🐶
That time @jimmydiresta came over to my house to check out my canoe and pick up some cedar strips . . . was my No. 9 most liked post of 2016. And he recently finished his own canoe build, too! 👍🏻
That time @jimmydiresta came over to my house to check out my canoe and pick up some cedar strips . . . was my No. 9 most liked post of 2016. And he recently finished his own canoe build, too! 👍🏻
My No. 10 most liked post of 2016 was this electric houseboat I visited at Ted Moores place in Ontario @bearmountainboats. He built it entirely from scratch without plans over the course of three years, costing hundreds of thousands of dollars. The kicker: it's 100% sun powered with solar panels embedded flush on the roof — can’t even hear the electric prop engine running. It has a kitchen stovetop, bathroom, fridge and sleeping deck. A one-of-a-kind masterpiece by a legend in the business. I was honored to spend time on it thanks to Ted and Joan! 🏆
My No. 10 most liked post of 2016 was this electric houseboat I visited at Ted Moores place in Ontario @bearmountainboats. He built it entirely from scratch without plans over the course of three years, costing hundreds of thousands of dollars. The kicker: it's 100% sun powered with solar panels embedded flush on the roof — can’t even hear the electric prop engine running. It has a kitchen stovetop, bathroom, fridge and sleeping deck. A one-of-a-kind masterpiece by a legend in the business. I was honored to spend time on it thanks to Ted and Joan! 🏆
My No. 11 post of 2016 was the final shot of my first canoe in the shop before I took it out to paddle on Peconic Bay. The pic was taken by @aarontjoseph for The Wall Street Journal Magazine @wsjmag.
My No. 11 post of 2016 was the final shot of my first canoe in the shop before I took it out to paddle on Peconic Bay. The pic was taken by @aarontjoseph for The Wall Street Journal Magazine @wsjmag.
The first time lapse video I ever made folks, glueing up a strip of basswood. My No. 12 most liked post of 2016.
The first time lapse video I ever made folks, glueing up a strip of basswood. My No. 12 most liked post of 2016.