Our shamanic drum gallery will give you an idea of the kind of drums we make.
This drum is a 22" horse hide drum that we were commissioned to make.
This drum has a very deep and resonant voice.
This is an ash hoop with a goat skin drum head.
I was really surprised by this drum's powerful voice and I love the patterns on the skin.
So much so I decided to keep it.
This drum is goat hide. The hair was originally so thick that the drum barely had any resonance. A little trim soon sorted it out.
It has a rose quartz and black tourmaline set in the handle and is decorated with crow and magpie feathers.
Lilith was birthed in a one to one drum birthing session.
She is red deer on an ash hoop.
Her handle is a simple cross with as rose quartz crystal set into the centre.
Red Hawk was birthed as a birthday gift.
This drum is hair on goat on an ash hoop. I love the markings on this drum.
The handle is set with a rough stone from a river bed.
This hair on goat drum was a commission.
With hindsight I would have cut the drum head a little smaller. I feel it would have looked better.
Having said that though, this is the least temperamental of the hair on drums I've made.
This was the very first drum I ever made. This is a tension ring style drum and is reindeer hide on an ash hoop.
I made this drum with Nicola and Jason Smalley from Way Of The Buzzard.
This is red deer on an ash hoop. The lacing is done in the shape of a stylised dragon.
I really love the patterns on the front of this drum.
I love the colour too.
This red deer drum has a star handle.
Each of the five points represents an element - earth, air, fire, water and spirit.
This drum has a powerful sound and some interesting patterns on her drum head.
This is a lovely little drum with a big voice.
The energies felt very masculine as I was birthing him.
The handle is a simple cross set with black tourmaline in the centre.
This drum is red deer on an ash frame.
The handle is a simple cross design set with citrine in the centre.
This is another small drum with a big voice.
This is a lightweight drum ideal for travelling.
It's red deer hide on an oak frame.
The handle is in a windmill style.
The trinity drum is a left handed drum.
It was only after I picked her up for the first time that I realised that she's much more comfortable to hold in your right hand and beat with your left.
Her hide is red deer and the frame is oak.