Rich began to learn how to make fine furniture
while a student at Lewis S. Mills high school back in 1973.
In his junior year he built a mahogany pool table with pearl
inlay that earned him a merit award at the state-wide competition
that year. As far back as he can remember, he has always loved
working with wood and creating something beautiful with his
Right out of high school, he began working
in the construction trades and has remained there ever since.
He states that while he was on the job he was fortunate to
be taught by craftsmen who were some of the best in their
special fields. This has made him who and what he is today.
To quote him directly, "This is what I do, what I've
always done, and combining fine woodworking techniques into
my construction practices insures a beautiful and unique project,
each and every time."