I'm a furniture designer and maker based in Cobleskill, New York. What began with furniture restorations led to classical training at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Maine before becoming a full-time woodworker.

I aim to craft furniture that is quietly pleasing and structurally sound.  I make custom furniture for commercial and residential spaces along with home goods and tableware. I also regularly restore heirloom pieces.

My work has appeared in the Currier Museum of Art, the New Hampshire Institute of Art, the Frick Collection in NYC, the Wharton Esherick Museum, the Messler Gallery in Maine, the Society of Arts + Crafts' CraftBoston show and the Cooperstown Art Association Gallery. I’ve been featured in publications such as Fine Woodworking magazine and the New Hampshire Furniture Masters’ annual catalog.

I’m currently the 2019-2020 Arts Fellow for the Institute for Rural Vitality at SUNY Cobleskill. A description of this exciting opportunity can be read here. In 2017 I received the Alden Artisan Advancement Award from the New Hampshire Furniture Masters.  An article about this was featured on Fine Woodworking.