I've always been a big fan of shop tours. They give different perspectives on organization, tool selection, and even approaches to woodworking. Video shop tours are my favorites. Most video shop tours are from folks that are doing some sort of video podcast.
I don't intend to start a podcast, video or otherwise, but still wanted to have a quick shop tour. I don't do any talking as I don't have any decent audio recording equipment that I could move to my shop. My video camera was a Canon point and shoot that I've always been happy with video for family stuff.
My 3 main areas of my shop are my Roubo bench, my joinery bench with a Moxon vise, and my sharpening station. My shop is only 12' x 16' and due to the small size I've had to work over the years to optimize my work flow. With the recent addition of tool and lumber storage, I'm close to as good as it can be without adding more space.
I'd be glad to field any comments or questions so feel free to add them to the post below.