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Published on Nov 29, 2009
Blacksmith Jason Reed Brown working in a small garage, located on Verona St, Bellingham, Wash., which was redesigned into his studio. Its pretty good place to work here in the winter, but in the summer it gets pretty hot, said Brown. Jason Brown 35-year-old was born in Tacoma, Wash. he spent a lot of time with his relatives in a little town Nulato, Alaska that located on the west bank of the Yukon River. In 1999 he graduated from Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico. After his graduation he started working for blacksmith Tome Joyce. During the time working for him Jason learned principals of blacksmithing and has since worked for several southwestern blacksmith. Brown also works as a professional tattoo artist, plays in a couple Bellingham bands as a drummer and raises his 10-year-old daughter. Jasons mother Native American graduated from Western in Psychology major after years of work with the same people she quits, Jason explained. His parents got divorced when he was in high school since then he didnt have a lot of chances to spend some time together with any of them. My father kind of ignores me and I dont understand why, Jason said. He sees her mother once in a while, last time I saw her she asked me for tattoo so I did it for free for her, Jason said. 1 Jason Reed Brown personal Web site http://www.hammerhandforge.com