I got interested as well as starting building my wood working skills at an unquestionably young age. When I was nine years old, I would construct BMX ramps by collecting materials as well as debris from around the village. I took woodshop classes in charter school, but the instruction was pretty basic as well as limited, so I mostly taught myself. In undergraduate school, I originally majored in electrical engineering, however I hated it. I switched into industrial design, which furthered my original interest in woodworking. Combining the industrial design training with those old woodcraft skills, I started building custom wood furniture as well as cabinets. I was hired by a local contractor, allowing me to create custom wood furniture as well as cabinets for buyers on a much larger scale. After seven years with this contractor, I was ready to try it on my own. A new business venture meant new tools, large equipment, as well as renting a space. This was a big undertaking as well as expensive; it was pretty overwhelming. I spent a great deal of time simply researching the various types as well as manufacturers of tools and machines. I would need a dust collector, post planer, double drum sander, dovetail table saw, edge sander–and that was just to get started! Developing the business was slow; my confidence often wavered. I was unquestionably fortunate to have my Moms behind me, helping out as well as even loaning me currency on occasion. With a lot of determination as well as perseverance, I’ve now turned this passion for wood craftsmanship working into a full-time job. In the last year, I’ve needed to build a larger workshop to keep up with demand. The internet has proved to be a great tool of the trade. My website provides convenient access; I ship finished custom pieces all over the country. Staying true to my core design concepts, I continue to focus our custom cabinets as well as furniture on fine lines, quality as well as aesthetics.