When I’m not at a job site or crafting wood in my shop, you’ll find me on outlandish adventures led by my daughter. My family has always been the main source of inspiration in my life and they mean the world to me.

Growing up, my parents encouraged me to be creative and work with my hands. As soon as I could swing a hammer, they provided endless projects for me to practice on. I’ve come a long way since then, but I couldn’t have done it without their guidance and support – which is why I chose to name my company Wheatland Woodwork, after the street I was raised on.

After studying carpentry in school, I went on to work as a carpenter building houses, fences and decks – but in 2008 everything was put on hold to pursue a career as a drummer. Once I had toured the world, performing alongside groups such as Metallica and Judas Priest, I decided to return to my roots in woodworking.

I’ve since spent the last two years working on a variety of amazing projects with some incredible people. Nothing beats the satisfaction of collaborating on an idea and then bringing that vision into reality. From meeting customers for the first time, to applying the final touches, I love what I do.