Steve Auvenshine laughs with Lyra Miller, owner of Lil's Coffee House. Steve is a regular customer at the cafe on Main Street, a popular gathering spot.
Steve walks in his workshop past a sign that reads 'You can't tell me what to do, you're not my grandbaby'. Steve says spending time with his grandkids is a blessing.
Steve readies his torch to work on a knife. His studio is covered in posters of the movie productions that feature his creations.
Steve inspects the knife he is working on while in his studio. He has made hundreds of knives for people all around the world, and he currently has a two-year waiting list for his products.
Steve Auvenshine and his granddaughter Lily play in a leaf pile outside of his home. They call handful of leaves "leaf pom pops."
Steve Auvenshine and his wife Sarah play in a leaf pile with their granddaughter Lily. Lily loves playing outside and they have a jungle gym in their backyard.
Steve Auvenshine and his wife Sarah sit at their home with their grandkids Lily and Caden. They watch their grandkids four days a week while their son and his wife are at work.
Steve Auvenshine rides his motorcycle to choir practice. He says that if he could change anything in life, he’d “probably buy another motorcycle”.
Steve Auvenshine can be seen outside of his workshop. Steve sometimes hosts classes and often has friends who come by to hang out while he works.
Sparks fly as Steve Auvenshine hammers out a piece of metal. Part of Steves job on production sets is to make visually impactful moments for weaponry while still ensuring everyones safety.
Steve Auvenshine can be seen having a cup of coffee in his workshop. After retiring from the police force, Steve has been able to forge a new career and much of it takes place within this space.