I'm a furniture designer and maker based in New York and Maine.  What began as shadowing family furniture restorations led to attending the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship's comprehensive program in Maine to pursue woodworking full-time.

I aim to make visually balanced heirloom furniture that offer a different perspective than what's already in the marketplace. I also enjoy restoring existing pieces and giving them a second wind.

In 2017 I received the Alden Artisan Advancement Award from the New Hampshire Furniture Masters.  An article about this was featured on Fine Woodworking.

My work has appeared in the Messler Gallery as well as the Society of Arts + Crafts' CraftBoston event.

"Furniture should be quietly pleasing, humming softly rather than loudly proclaiming its presence... it should fit into a room for years to come". - John Cameron