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Craig Hirsch
Fire Om Earth is the collaborative creativity studio of Lorna and Craig Trigg Hirsch. Emphasizing the hand crafting of musical wind and percussion instruments representing the Renaissance period, and the influence of a world travelled by troubadours, merchants and crafts people.

Craig is a Master wind instrument builder specializing in breath work instruction. His interest in the development of wind instruments and their origins, stems from travels and research in Asia, Central America and the USA.His mastering of building instruments and teaching the placement of the breath has been a lifelong path. Craig's work is in private collections, and his flutes can be heard in movie scores and numerous recordings. Theme festivals, schools, holistic Institutes and care-giving facilities have invited Craig to present workshops, give lectures and participate in events throughout the country.

Lorna is a Creativity and Movement Facilitator. Her life long study has focused on the use of rhythm instruments, and dance of indigenous people.

She is an enthusiastic consultant and motivational facilitator specializing in developing an awareness of indigenous culture, the function of ancient belief systems, and the connection with today's communities and societies.

Colleges, Galleries, Care-giving facilities, Women's Associations and Boards of Education have invited Lorna to present workshops, seminars and lectures for educators and staff, students, people with special needs, and the public.