Frank Johnson


Frank is a fourth year undergraduate student studying City & Regional Planning with minors in Architecture and Landscape Architecture. He loves skating and researching almost as much as making things, and right now he is working on his Honors thesis, exploring the relationship between urban ecological stability and socioeconomic inequality. He helped form The Maker Club with its first president, L’Nard Tufts (look him up, he’ll do great things), because he has an insatiable appetite for learning new skills and making new things. He will almost always have a book with him if you see him, whether he’s learning woodworking to build a desk, sewing to make a backpack, or coding to make a Twitter bot.

Frank has the following resources for interested makers in need:

  • Access to the Knowlton Fab Lab
  • Simple power woodworking tools: circular saw, power drill, reciprocating saw
  • Hand woodworking tools: handsaw, chisels, screwdrivers, etc
  • Soldering iron
  • Cooking utensils
  • Music recording equipment: Yeti microphone, cello, upright bass, acoustic guitar, harmonicas, tin whistle, ukulele