Filmmaker Dustin Cohen is creating a series of short films entitled Made in Brooklyn featuring talented artists and craftsmen living and working in New York. Episode one profiles Samuel Zygmuntowic, a violin maker, and by the end of the video you might be tempted to swap your keyboard, hammer or whatever tools you use to make a living for a set of carving instruments and a small workshop.
You'll Wish You Were A Violin Maker By The Time This Video's Done
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