Masters at Work

Murray Carter is the 17th Generation Yoshimoto Bladesmith. Born and raised in Halifax, Nova Scotia, he traveled to Japan when he was 18 years old. He stayed in Japan for half his life and apprenticed under a Japanese bladesmith for 6 years. In this video, Murray tells his story and discusses the importance of pursuing one’s dreams.

An extended interview with Murray can be seen at: on.fb.me/1deWc7i.

He currently works out of his shop, Carter Cutlery, in Hillsboro, OR.
CarterCutlery.com

DIRECTED BY
TRISTAN STOCH

CINEMATOGRAPHY BY
SEAN GRASSO

CAMERA OPERATOR
KENNY ALLEN

LOCATION SOUND
ANIKA TOBIASON

VIDEO BY CINEASTAS
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Masters at Work

Marco Kruk

A channel about the people who are the best and have great passion for there profession. They have the greatest affiliation with the things they love, think and create.
Suggestions are always welcome. Send them to @MarcoKruk or #mastersatwork on Twitter…


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