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Woodcarving Illustrated

Woodcarving Illustrated magazine is published quarterly for both subscribers and newsstand readers. The editorial team passionately searches for and features interesting and creative carvers, projects, and techniques. Each issue includes inspiring feature articles and galleries showing artists stretching the art of woodcarving, comprehensive step-by-step articles outlining the steps to recreate a carving, pattern profiles to inspire more experienced readers, and reviews of the newest and most useful tools.

Fox Chapel Publishing

Fox Chapel Publishing publishes books, magazines, patterns, and videos for do-it-yourself enthusiasts. We inspire and inform readers who enjoy a variety of crafts and hobbies, including woodworking, jewelry making, scrapbooking, sewing, boating, back-yard farming, wine & beer-making, and much more.

Our greatest joy comes from working with talented craftspeople to make their designs and techniques available for everyone who shares the love of creating things by hand.

We publish three magazines, Woodcarving Illustrated, Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts, and DO Magazine, and more than 200 book and DVD titles. Our imprints include Design Originals and Heliconia Press.

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Meet the Editorial Team

Alan Giagnocavo, Publisher
Alan Giagnocavo is the president and publisher of Fox Chapel Publishing. The company got its start in 1991 when Alan Giagnocavo relocated to Lancaster County, Pa., from Canada. Alan had worked at a family bookstore for many years, and moved to the United States to start a business of his own.

Kaylee Schofield, Associate Editor
Kaylee Schofield has loved woodworking since a gig at her college scene shop had her building staircases and frog ponds to the croons of a favorite boy band. An English graduate with a background in editing and creative writing, she joined Fox Chapel Publishing in early 2018.

Jon Deck, Art Director
Jon Deck worked in a cabinet-making shop for several years between graphic design careers, and continues to fill his spare time with home-improvement projects and wood working projects. He joined Fox Chapel Publishing in 2002.

Danielle Schagrin, Editorial Assistant
Danielle Schagrin came to the world of woodworking through her interest in antique furniture. While working at a historic house museum, she signed up for Peter Follansbee’s “Carving in the Seventeenth Century Style” class, not knowing where the new hobby would take her! Danielle joined Fox Chapel Publishing in March 2019.