Sandra started blacksmithing shortly after graduating from University of Waterloo with a BFA. For the past 17 years she has owned and operated Two Smiths. Through her teaching as an instructor for twelve years at Haliburton School of Art and Design, demonstrations at blacksmithing conferences, and collaborations with artists from the U.K, the U.S., New Zealand and Australia, her work has gained international recognition.
Two Smiths partner from 2000-2013, Steve served a coppersmithing apprenticeship at J & E Halls in Dartford, England when he was a boy. Luthier, meticulous maker and outstanding crafstman, it was Steve's attention to detail and ability to work accurately that made many of the projects we completed so successful. These days Steve spends most of his time painting and is currently setting up a small workshop in Dyer's Bay.
Bronson studied blacksmithing at Fleming College and has a background in theatre stage production, lighting and sound. In the two years he's been forging full time he has completed six public demonstrations, worked on two projects for the Royal Tyrell Museum of Palaeontology in Alberta and participated in the Ypres 2016 Cenotaph project in Belgium.
Aimie Botelho studied sculpture and drawing at York University, obtaining a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Education in 2013. She has been working part time at Two Smiths for the past four years and is currently the editor for the Ontario Artist Blacksmith Association.