Philip’s delicate work is a cocktail of modern day technology along with simple, old school patience shaken together in the most intricate way possible. In fact, he sold his successful custom furniture business in the singular pursuit of better blending these to separate backgrounds into one art form.

He is blessed to be able to use a wide range of skills under one roof and believes customers connect so well to his product due to the delicate balance Philip has achieved (through trail and tribulation).

Philip is a happily married, full time artist, from rural New Jersey that was lucky enough to have childhood surrounded by engineers, carpenters, farmers. This, paired with a total freedom to build things from an irresponsibly young age, captivated his soul to create. It was the perfect foundation for someone who loved to tinker, create, destroy, and start over.

Art should bring life to a living space and wood should bring warmth. Philip aims to create a captivating yet calming viewing experience while bringing these two, absolutely essential, ingredients to any room.

Some of his favorite things include: trees, tortillas, natural light, problem solving, warm fires, plants that climb, and sunny afternoons with the wife (and now 2 boys).

After studying Digital Media in college, Philip worked professionally as a freelance Photographer, Videographer, and Designer for a number of years. Desperately missing hands-on work, he began a Wooden Furniture business which quickly grew into a company shipping furniture nationally with a full time crew of 12 employees. Burnt out and missing the "design" portion of work, Phil sold the furniture company 4 years later to seek out the perfect balance between "design" work and "hands-on" work. Philip started creating wooden artwork which would require a mechanical aptitude, a heavy design sense, and hours of hands-on work in the woodshop. The challenge has proven to keep him on his toes and he continually looks for ways to push the medium a bit further.

The childlike process has never stopped.

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