Michael J. Clocks: Bridgeport's timekeeper of the future

A Bridgeport native is making quite a name for himself by turning scrap electronics into works of art.It's not just a clever name. Michael J.

BRIDGEPORT - A Bridgeport native is making quite a name for himself by turning scrap electronics into works of art.

It's not just a clever name. Michael J. Clocks has built more than 75 futuristic looking clocks out of old parts and is beginning to catch a buzz in southwestern Connecticut.

"People knew me as the clock guy before," says Clocks. "They're getting more and more familiar with my work."

Prices for Clocks' creations start at a couple hundred dollars and up.

To see his collection of works, visit Michael J Clocks' website.

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