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About Correy

I grew up in a small village in Southeast Nebraska. My siblings and I were raised to hunt, fish, forage for wild foods, and navigate the wilderness. We spent a lot of time outdoors as a family, where we learned to respect and appreciate the land and all the creatures that call it home. I come from a long line of outdoorsmen, and my father put a bow and arrows in my hands as soon as I could understand their utility. 

My early adult years led me away from archery to pursue other interests, and I eventually joined the United States Marine Corps. I relished my time with the 1st Marine Regiment and served two combat tours as a Recovery Operator with RCT-1 in Afghanistan. After returning to Nebraska, I became once again spellbound by the longbow.


I built bows as an ardent hobbyist for six years before Organic Archery became my full-time endeavor in 2018. I am consumed by this craft and deeply cherish the art of bowmaking and the mystical flight of the arrow. 

My Mission

People all over the world are finding inspiration to step away from contrived mass-production and experience the romance of the "old ways". The siren songs of our ancestors are pulling us in, and few are as alluring as the sweet tune of the wooden bow; the initial rune of fine art.


Walking among the wild things with a selfbow in hand offers its wielder a profound connection to our past as hunter-gatherers, and I'd like to open a door for anyone who wishes to go afield with this iconic talisman.


My work is inspired by ancient, tried and true designs from diverse regions of the world. Each bow is followed from standing tree to finished product, and I promise to craft every one to the best of my abilities. No detail will be overlooked. I hope your bow brings you as much gratification as I've had making it.

Correy Hawk

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