Tiny House Author, Builder, and Advocate, "Godmother" of the Tiny House Movement
Dee Williams built and moved into her first tiny house on wheels in 2004. Dee became an influential figure in the tiny house movement by opening her home and sharing her story with those curious about her little house long before there was any other way to explore them. Before the TV shows, the Tiny House Hotel, the Youtube channels or personal blogs, prospective tiny house builders made pilgrimages to Dee’s backyard to experience a tiny house and get some much-needed advice. The many do-it-yourselfers Dee met during these early years inspired her to write Go House Go, the first how-to manual for building a tiny house on wheels.
Dee’s story continues to intrigue and inspire others – over 20 million people have toured her house virtually, and thousands have toured it in person – from journalists, to elementary school groups, to crowds of the curious at the Tiny House Jamboree. Dee’s house, life and book have been featured in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, CBS This Morning, Slate.com, Yahoo.com, Yes Magazine, the National Building Museum, and just about every corner of the internet.