Vermont legend in woodworking...
"I have personally collaborated with Kevin over the past decade at Birdseye. He is a master craftsman, the real deal, a Vermont legend in woodworking. I have worked with Kevin on many projects from kitchen cabinets to furniture. His uncanny ability to beautifully craft any project that lands on his bench is always inspiring. His foundational knowledge of wood species, joinery, traditional to contemporary design and all things shop related, always contributes to a thoughtfully executed piece.
I highly recommend working with Kevin on all levels of woodworking, from design to finished product. Not only will you walk away with a piece of art, you will enjoy the process."
— Brian J. Mac, AIA, Principal Architect, Birdseye Design
He has a great eye for design...
"I was a builder in Vermont for 32 years and sub contracted out the majority of the cabinet work to many different craftsmen. In the mid eighties, I hired Kevin for a large project. After that experience, I hired Kevin for all our custom work.
Kevin was always easy to work with. He has a great eye for design and knowledge of the characteristics of wood. His workmanship is the best I have ever seen. His attention to details and the finished product always exceeded my expectations. Projects were finished on time and on budget."
— Mike Crane, Three Seasons Builders
a delight to collaborate with...
"The Ark of Hope's exhibitions in national and international museums is testimony to Kevin's quality work. He is a superb craftsman and a delght to collaborate with. His attention to details, whether aesthetic or functional is exemplary, from the translation of artist drawings, to choice of suitable materials, to execution, are all carefully thought out steps to the resultant beautiful piece.
— Sally Linder, designer and painter of the Ark of Hope
The workmanship is impeccable...
I often look at the curly maple dining table and walnut gun cabinet you made for me. The workmanship is impeccable. Anyone wanting a beautifully made piece of furniture should call you.
— Remo Pizzagalli