Welcome to the Rogues Gallery! This page is dedicated to pictures of the owners of my pipes. If you have a picture you'd like to share please don't hesitate to send it to me.

Joel and the Gryphonwarden can be seen here kicking back on the porch. Looks to me like a fine way to spend the afternoon!

Here's a snap of Warren and Ariel kicking back. T hat looks like a room I'd be happy to spend a few afternoons in!

Here’s Henk, the latest rogue with the miniball pipe. You can't tell from the picture, but Henk is actually smiling.

This is a shot of William and Samhain enjoying a moment before the plunge into Halloween night. All Creatures of Smoke have curling, sisnister smoke writhing out of them as can be clearly seen here.

Here's a Shot of Cliff relaxing with Curwen, the Lovecraft inspired pipe. "That is not burned which can eternal smoulder."

Here's Phil looking rather dashing next to his pipe rack smoking Thorongil.

Kaur enjoying the Mistral by the fire. Here is illustrated one of the great disadvantages of hot water or electric heating. It's awkward to enjoy a pipe while gazing into a baseboard heater!

Here's a shot of Ken with the Megaptera. For those of you who don't know the Megaptera has a huge bowl close to 3 inches deep. Ken likes his pipes big and this one fits the bill perfectly.

Here's a shot of Dave enjoying the Moondog. Maybe it's just me, but it looks like that pipe belongs in Dave's mouth.

Here's a picture of Doug enjoying two of his favorite things Jaguars and pipes. Doug asked me to make him a pipe using a silver band from a local Native silversmith. He wanted a pipe that would be light enough to go fly fishing with, but sturdy enough to be used outdoors. Doug also got me started using Cumberland as it was the material he wanted for his stem.

Here's a Picture of Martyn looking very relaxed with the Autumn Leaf at a recent get-together for the British members of the Smoker's Forums. On an aside Martyn is the web master of the Southwest Pipe Club in England -- a very good web site that is well worth a look around.

And Here's Jim, the proud owner of The Norman Shield at the same meeting. Looks like a great time was had.