JLC LIVE Clinic Instructors

Our exhibit hall building clinics put the LIVE in JLC LIVE. And we can't do it without our awesome instructors–industry experts that you've seen in trade magazines or online!

Gary Striegler

Gary Striegler is the President of Craftsman Builders Inc., in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He has over forty years of experience as a home builder, trim carpenter, and occasional furniture maker. Gary has been a frequent contributor to Fine Homebuilding, The Journal of Light Construction, Tools of the Trade, and This is Carpentry, as well as starring in several how-to videos on trim carpentry, and teaching classes at the Marc Adams School of Woodworking.  Each year, he travels to Honduras and volunteers for construction projects with Mercy International.

Mike Guertin

The only thing Fine Homebuilding editorial adviser Mike Guertin likes better than building new homes is remodeling old ones. After more than 35 years, he’s still challenged every day to find more-efficient ways to build things better. Like a true Rhode Islander, he doesn’t take jobs farther than 15 minutes from his home in East Greenwich. Mike’s written over 100 articles for JLC Magazine and Fine Homebuilding and appears in dozens of videos.

Mike Sloggatt

Mike Sloggatt has more than 40 years' experience in the trade starting
right out of high school in 1972, Mike specializes  in high-end,
challenging remodels near his home on Long Island. He is a contributor to
the Journal of Light Construction magazine and writes for Fine Homebuilding and Tools of the Trade. Mike has been the Frame-to-Finish (Rough) Carpentry
presenter for the Katz Roadshow. He teaches seminars and clinics in all aspectsof carpentry and remodeling and is a regular presenter at JLC Live for the past 18 years, The Remodeling Show and International Builders’ Show. When not on the Road or enjoying his grand children, you might find Mike & his wife Laura  enjoying the countryside on his Harley Davidson. 

Rick Arnold

Rick is the owner of R Arnold and Sons Construction. His introduction to the trades was his 8th grade shop class. As Rick himself states, he didn’t really choose construction. He first went into the military and after that went to college. His college went on strike, so he got a job and never looked back.

Jason Katwijk

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