For the last 25 years, my studio has been a renovated 1860’s barn on my property in rural North Fayston, Vermont. Here, I have a custom workroom and a design space in which to meet with homeowners and interior designers. Come visit! We can sip hot tea, touch fabric samples, look at Hunter Douglas's choices and talk about what’s inspiring your project.
I love this work, and I love learning. And, so I continue to train annually with a network of experts from Europe, the UK, and here in the USA. That kind of constant education has allowed me to offer more complex and challenging designs for the homes of today, while honoring traditional craftsmanship. I also love teaching and being a part of a community that fosters the next generation of craftsmen and women. As such, I am an active member of the National Upholstery Association and the Window Covering Association of America, and you’ll often see me working side-by-side with an apprentice.
When I’m not thinking about fabrics and windows and furniture and homes, I’m sledding with my grandkids, reading, gardening, and thinking about horses. And, looking forward to meeting you!