Ramay "Keylo" Lewis, a emerging wood carving artist who carved his first piece of sculpture in Jr. High in his home town of Key West. He used a screw driver his father gave him to carve a hand pointing to heaven out of a piece of coral rock. Thirty three years later after a hurricane blew down some palm trees he decided to try his hand at carving some tikis and has never looked back. Today he enjoys creating wood art and mostly carves ocean and marine life themes, but he still manages to hack out a tiki every now and then.
I had the privilege to carve the trophies for this great event that benefits breast cancer research. This video features the 1st Place Tuna trophy.
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