Your Host, Ethan Waldman
Tiny House Author, Speaker, & Teacher
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Michael Janzen established TinyHouseDesign.com all the way back in 2008. Janzen is a prolific designer, offering tiny house plans in many different shapes and sizes. I’m particularly excited about this conversation because Michal has been around since the beginning of the modern tiny house movement, so he’s seen lots of changes, plus lots of potential.read more
Ella is a Harpist, artist and singer/songwriter in the Bay Area who lived in 120 sq feet with 2 people and a big floppy dog for over 5 years. Ella was an early blogger in the tiny house movement, and was an early inspiration for me while I was building my own house.read more
The Wonderful World of Miranda’s Hearth: Living a life full of art, finding community, and tiny House Festivals with Miranda Aisling – #005
Miranda Aisling's mission is to reconnect art to daily life, a purpose you can see throughout her work as an interdisciplinary artist, community organizer, and entrepreneur. She built her tiny house, Aubergine, as a public art project in 2015 with the help of the community of Miranda's Hearth.read more
Alex is a reuse expert who embodies the reuse lifestyle. In 2008, Eaves began what he calls “the reuse life;” avoiding disposables and finding reuse solutions for his needs and wants. He recently completed a ~100 square foot box truck made from nearly 100% reusable materials. You won't believe what it cost!read more
Deek Diedricksen tiny house and tree house Author, builder, designer, and workshop host- former HGTV host of “Tiny House Builders” and “Extreme Small Spaces”. Just don't get all “tinier than thou” on him!read more
Ariel Mcglothin lives in an off-grid tiny house called Fy Nyth nestled into the western mountains of Wyoming, a little over 6,000 feet above sea level. She splits her own wood for heat, carries her water in by hand, and grows as much of her food as she can. If you're at all interested in tiny house off-grid living, don't miss this conversation with Ariel.read more
Macy Miller built a gooseneck tiny house on wheels that became internet famous, and has raised her two children there with her partner and Great Dane, Denver. Then she decided that it was too big. Now Macy is traveling the country in an 84sf homemade travel trailer called Lil' Beastie.read more