"When in the shop, I'm always looking to blend form and function. I love making something so useable, that even if it looks too nice to use, you'll end up using it anyway.
Made in America, that's my goal. More than ever, it's important to buy smartly, and that generally means buying local. I go out of my way to source materials from countries and manufacturers that share a concern for ecological and economical stability.
The woods I use are primarily N. American and responsibly-sourced. My finishing products are made in Germany, the cabinet and door hardware in USA, Austria, and Italy, and I'm equally choosy about where my tools come from."