Woodworking runs in the family. My father owns his own woodworking business which allows him to work on a range of very interesting and challenging projects. He has displayed true craftsmanship in projects including: helping to restore the oldest house on Long Island, the Halsey House (built around 1660), helping to restore the inside workings of the Beebe Windmill in Bridgehampton (built in 1820), and worked on many other historically significant estates in Southampton.
Even the things that go unseen by the majority of people looking at his work have been expertly crafted of of wood, with no corners cut. He has always been improving his craft, his skills.
I’m just following the same path of craftsmanship and design.