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In January 2002, my wife Kim and I moved to Woodstock, Vermont from Massachusetts. The shop is 8 minutes down Route 4, in Quechee, Vermont. My commute shrunk by 30 minutes, the shop sits along a river, and I love it here.

The shop and showroom is about 2800 square feet. I currently work alone, branding, signing and numbering each piece as I finish it. Between commissioned pieces, I work on building a line of furniture, displaying new pieces in the showroom. I also offer handmade quilts and artwork of the same high quality as my furniture.

The workshop itself is a loud, dusty place except near the end of a project, when the hand tools come out. That's my favorite part of building furniture: fine tuning doors and drawers with planes and chisels, preparing them for the finishing room.

I've been too busy to hang my dartboard, but I enjoy my days in the shop...and one day I'll get a shop dog.

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