Teen carpenter builds his own workshop
A Brooklyn high school student is proving himself as a young carpenter by building his very own workshop.
Gabriel Pina, 16, calls his space the "Boss Workshop." He uses his workshop to build cabinets, bed frames, even dressers. He tells News 12 that he will find a way to make just about whatever is asked of him.
"I like the idea of taking something, an idea, and turning it into an actual object you can hold" says Pina.
The rising entrepreneur also records his own YouTube videos, showing the details of his projects to others.
"I saw how I struggled to learn," he says. "So I wanted to put my ideas out there so someone could build something better, and I could go on and build that."
Gabriel's creations can all be purchased at a fair price.