These are a few pieces that I've built recently. I've not done a great job of capturing them in pictures, unfortunately, so only a few are pictured here.
curly maple box
Curly maple box with finger-joints and maple burl top.
bocote jewelry box
A jewelry box made of bocote and maple, with loose "through" tenons for structural integrity and as a design element.
end grain woodblock
Woodblock cutting board made from end-grain wood (walnut/maple), with finger cutouts for lifting off counter. Soaked in walnut oil.
maple/walnut recipe box
Three-compartment recipe box made of maple with mixed walnut lid and walnut "keys" to fasten mitered corners.
half-blind dovetail shelf
Half-blind dovetail made of maple and walnut, designed to hold (without nails--only glue) a 70lb picture frame. It works!
This cabinet started out from rough-sawn poplar, and I used the jointer, planer, table saw, miter saw, router, air gun, and cordless drill to make this from scratch. It was my first attempt at designing and making a cabinet.
I designed (freehand) and built this table from poplar. I used that cheap wood because it's easy to work and I figured I'd get some practice in. It turned out really well, though, especially after painting it.
experimental frame design
Experimental out of poplar, using three different routers, all cut from one single piece of 72" in length.
burl project wood
This massive piece of burl, ¾" thick, is from Big Leave Maple. At the largest dimensional rectangle, it's 24 x 36" and I plan to make something very special with it.