Salvaged wood has long been Brandon's passion. He salvages fallen logs throughout the Puget Sound region and mills custom cuts for a variety of projects. In addition to many environmental benefits, this small scale salvage offers opportunities for wood unavailable in most stores - base cuts, distinctive grain patterns, spalting, and unusual species, to name a few. His collection includes hundreds of logs, from NW staples like Fir, Alder, and Cedar, to less common woods like Madrona and Pacific Dogwood. From this collection, he mills lumber for his custom frames and selects distinctive logs to cross cut rounds for the centerpieces of his artwork. Then, he sets these crosscuts in hand made frames and surrounds them with colorful pigments in epoxy resin. Every piece he produces is an original signed work.