Woodworking & Design
By day I run Foundry 376, a small engineering team building web applications for clients in the Bay Area and the southeast. On the weekends, my office shifts to Fort Houston, Nashville's 25,000 sqft. makerspace.
Recently I've been building a lot of furniture and I've found it to be a rewarding blend of creativity and craftsmanship. For years, I've been frustrated that well built software blends into the background—it's hard to share and celebrate, and is often replaced or dismantled when the next cool thing comes along. Furniture's beauty arises from both design and function, and well made pieces last.
Most of my work so far has been replicas of Scandinavian mid-century furniture I've seen on Pinterest and tried to copy.