Little Feather (LF) went over to the Dine(h) tribe (now US government call it Navajo) land. He met a master of a Navajo jewelry artist, and they became a brother. LF became a member of a Navajo jewelry artist family, and he lived a life with the Navajo family. LF learned Navajo indian jewelry making from the brother master artist. LF came and went between Navajo land and Tokyo for more than 10 years, and he learned Tufa cast jewelry which is a traditional Navajo jewelry making method, and he learned old school style and contemporary Navajo indian jewelry from his brother. LF learned Navajo indian jewelry making for more than 10 years.
LF digs aTufa stone we use for Tufa cast jewelry from a tufa mine, and he steps all process for making Navajo indian jewelry. LF also goes to a turquoise mine to mine a turquoise, and he uses the turquoise for jewelry making. LF discovered a new turquoise mine in Nevada with friends in 2009.
LF goes to a mountain to hunt a deer for winter food. He makes a jacket or bag with using their skins and horns not to waste everything from their lives. LF does a indian jewelry making and leather craft making based on indian life and their traditional culture.