Corey Freedman of The Skinboat School in Anacortes, Washington has recently updated his website. Once you start browsing through it you'll realize that Corey has been building skin boats a very long time. It's fortunate for us that he's finally published his collection of photographs (some dating back two decades) and videos on the internet. There is even a Chevy Truck commerical and what looks like an ad for a Delonghi spaceheater. (I suspect that maybe Corey built those boats.)
A real gem in the collection is footage of the skin boat gathering at Bowman Bay hosted by the Skin Boat School in 1998 with special guests Maligiaq and John Heath. This is truly historic footage! It looks a lot like the South Sound Traditional Inuit Kayak Symposium (SSTIKS) does these days. I suppose there's no reason it wouldn't. After all, as the years go by doesn't traditional kayaking just only tend to get more... traditional?
One more thing: Warren sends a cool little video he took of himself messing around in Deception Pass with a little GoPro camera mounted on the bow. It was a fantastic day to be out!