John & Fin Kernohan are the Founders and Chairpersons of the United Tiny House Association. They have been living the past 9+ years in their DIY, 304sqft tiny home known as Beloved Cabin and together they have created their 16-acre tiny house homestead community in the woods of Georgia. John and Fin are the creators and owners of the World-famous 148sqft towable Tiny Firehouse – Station No. 9 and founded Tiny House Rescuers. They are leading advocates & experts on zoning and coding in how they relates to tiny houses; DIY & off-grid experts; John is an outdoorsman as well as a being an award-wining and recognized successful businessman (John retired at the age of 49 after selling his medical research laboratory). John, Fin, and their tiny homes, can be seen on HGTV’s “Tiny House Big Living”, the DIY Network, TODAY, Apartment Therapy, JEOPARDY!, The Rachael Ray Show, AOL’s “Dream Big-Live Small“; and on many news outlets around the World. John and Fin are also the authors of “Tiny Talks: Communicating BIG with Love & Laughter”. Additionally, they own a 14’ yurt, a second towable 125sqft tiny house on wheels, a skoolie, and are building a tree house on their 16-acre Georgia homestead that includes the conversion of a grain silo. They are the organizers of this year’s 6th Annual Georgia Tiny House Festival, and have donated OVER $703K from the gate proceeds of their for-charity tiny house festivals to over 100+ charities, great causes, and the communities where they have held their events.