Woodworking and remodeling houses has been a part of my life since I was a boy.  My father was the ultimate tradesman - a journeyman printer in the hot type era.  He taught me the basics of carpentry and the orientation to have a skill and be the best at it you can be.  Even though my day-job career ended up in the information technology and venture capital businesses, I have had my hand in making furniture, building harpsichords and remodeling homes since my teens. 

Below are some of my projects - including the extensive remodel of a horse farm in Virginia.  My workshop is now part of my residence in Portland Oregon.  It is here that I pursue this important creative outlet and operate a state of the art woodworking (and metalworking to a minor degree) shop. 

This section is constantly evolving and under construction.

 

 

   

The remodel of a San Francisco condominium - bringing a 1920's city apartment back to period glory with modern lifestyle amenities.

   

The remodel of Stonehorse Farm - a reinterpretation of the classic American farmhouse.

   

A Shaker-inspired Bathroom Vanity employing traditional frame & panel construction.

   
Making mirror frames from rough-sawn cherry hardwood.
   
Westward Ho . . . .    The moving of the workshop to San Francisco - July 2005.
   
The Chicken Coop Project.
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

 

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