At the tender age of four, Tim’s first woodworking job was as the "glue and plug man" helping his father lay a wide-board pine floor. He clearly remembers the smell of the pine coming off the saw, like a fresh batch of cookies every time.
After working for a residential contractor and volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in high school, Tim spent a couple of years of traveling and working odd jobs. He then worked for several years lobstering and building in the off-season before enrolling at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in 2010.
He joined our Event staff in 2012 and is currently working on setting up his own shop as well as getting his lobster license. Ultimately, Tim and his wife would love to have a B&B where people could come stay, go lobstering, and learn to build furniture, all in the same stay.