I think they're ~ 2005 myself.
I always wonder where the time has gone since I was at that exhibition - or any of them - they're always so fresh in my head! Glass I remember - dates, faces, names, conversations... all vanish, but glass sticks!
That goblet has a lizard wound around it's knop, it's wonderful.
And you should have seen the tartan tumbler he had with him, :thud: recently made, at the conference!
(somebody else had nabbed it before I knew of it's existance!)
I loved Mike's tools - a bone handled table-knife, and a steel chopping-board knife.
...I use those sorts of tools in the garden, while my OH tends to use old ice-picks... (he's a rock-climber).
And I loved his statement about there being no "right" ways to do things in working glass - if it works for you, it's the right way for you!