Press and Exhibitions

2009 Philadelphia Invitational Furniture Show

Held at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, this show was a great introduction to other woodworkers.  I appreciated their positive feedback and advise.

Library Ladder     Starting at $3,950     Shown in Walnut and Macassar Ebony

2009 Wharton Esherick Museum's "Step Right Up" Woodworking Competition

This was a real honor to be accepted by the judges at the Wharton Esherick Museum. My library ladder was displayed at the museum from July to Decemeber, in 2009. It was sold in 2010.

My candy box in the bottom left corner.

2010 Philadelphia Invitation Furniture Show

I returned in 2010 to exhibit in the PIF show. This year, my candy box graced the cover of the guide and the managers of the show were nice enough to locate my booth at the entrance to the show.  I got to meet even more people and other woodworkers. I also sold my library ladder here.

Candle staffs on display at Historic Yellow Springs.

2012 Wharton Esherick Museum's Poplar Culture Exhibition

I contributed a pair of candle staffs made out of a fallen poplar tree belonging to Wharton Esherick.

2012 Publication- Poplar Culture: A Celebration of Esherick's Tree

This book showcases all of the artist's contributions to the show, available here.

2015 Article- The Reading Eagle's Floor Plans: Restoring a row house a little at a time -by Michelle Napoletano Lynch 

A great article with pictures that describe the joys and challenges my wife and I have renovating an antique house.

2016 Article- The Pottstown Mercury: Attracting families to Pottstown -by Tom Hylton

Long time Pottstown resident and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Tom Hylton, was nice enough to write an article about us in his column, published in the Pottstown Mercury Newspaper. 

2016 Article- The Pottstown Mercury: For Pottstown councilman, fall is time to make your own cider- by Evan Brandt

Not exactly woodworking related but cider making is one of my tastiest of hobbies. I hope Evan enjoyed the cider as much as I enjoyed reading this article. Watch the accompanying video here.