Handmade furniture helps us to step out of the rushed world. For a peaceful moment, touching the handworked surface of a drawer or table, we can connect with the pace and spirit of creativity imbued in the wood.
Making beautiful things for people is what I love about my work. My studio is filled with handtools, and for 20 years I've been there every day shaping wood into people's dreams, or sawing logs from our neighborhood into lumber in preparation for the next project. I also build timber frames and the occasional fretted instrument, which was my training at Marlboro College.
I live just down the hill on a small homestead with my wife Erica and two children, where we raise animals, vegetables and maple syrup. Please stop by at Open Studio days (yearly, spring and fall) or make an appointment to visit.