Nevada Museum of Art S.G.- San Francisco A.N.- Los Angeles S.G.- Aptos, Ca M.M.- Texas
G.B.- Nevada City, Ca N.H.- Reno, Nv B.+A.- Reno, Nv L.W.- Chicago, Il R.S.- Washington, DC
S.B.- Lake Tahoe L.+P.T.- Lake Tahoe L.B. – Santa Cruz P.K. – Pennsylvania S.B. – Danville, Ca. C.S. – Hawaii
F.G. – Georgia B.T.- American River, Ca. J.S. – Los Angeles M.K. – New Hampshire Temple Family -Nevada C.C.- Nevada A.+M.-Reno, Nv. Barry H.- Quincy, Ca
Custom Base Camp Box, Sept. ’18:
Three Book Cubbies and a Fireplace Mantel/Supports- winter ’17-18
Base Camp Box, 5th ed.- winter ’17-18
New edition Base Camp Boxes, series of 5. Two are a “Bankson Lake” blue. The others will be different colors with slightly different interiors.
New Commissions on the dock- winter ’17-’18:
A New Edition Base Camp Box– small batch (5): I’ll keep the exposed plywood hatch but change up the interior space/cubbies. Misty and Jovi want their own, but I’ll have three more on the shelf. One of the five might get a special edition paint scheme with the possibility it will be a single edition box for a Squaw Valley business.
Mirror Stands for Patagonia: These industrial design stands will add two needed mirrors in the new Reno Store which is a large brick industrial space that Patagonia has revived. I did some other display work for Patagonia at this location over the summer ’17.
Modular Cubbies and a Fireplace Mantel: These clients just moved into a new house and want movable shelves for their book collection as well as a wood mantel to off-set the housing development set design of their home: key touches for two prominent rooms.
Casey’s Kitchen: custom camp box for Casey Clark, a regional ceramicist.
Poco Yellow: new edition Camp Kitchen
Temple Family Commission, summer 2016:
Two modular wall size (11ft x 10ft) shelving units and a desk. Reclaimed lumber on all the parts except the shelves themselves.
Furniture Profile: Bench
2 (I now have only one left!) ten foot long benches are built with reclaimed redwood for the seats and backs and reclaimed Douglas Fir for the arms/legs. Each bench has been treated and sealed with a soak of hot linseed oil and then 4 different treatments of tung oil after super fine sanding in between each rub (24 hour drying time between each rub). Finally, after the oil is thoroughly dry, I rub a beeswax wood finish onto the wood. These can be treated with an oil based outdoor finish upon request.
Design: The essential design strategy I wanted was to create a long expansive and comfortable stretch of seating while teasing out the beauty of the expanse of the boards. I did this by minimizing the visibility of central supports underneath the benches and not interrupting the seats and backs. However, as with all of my designs, I didn’t neglect the backside of the benches when it comes to how they look and feel. These benches could sit out from a wall and look great. They are super stable, solid and surprisingly slim agains a wall.
Dutch Door 2015
Mt. Washington, Los Angeles client
New Hampshire Base Camp Box- 2015
This was a commission for a New Hampshire couple.
Hawaii BBQ Box – fall 2014
Custom altered Base Camp Box for a client on the island. It has a pull out top tray, hinged top, polyurethaned inside and out.
Two Green Issue, 3rd Edition Camp Boxes – summer 2014
One box was made for a client in Pennsylvania, the other was made for a family camper in Danville, Ca.
Maker Merchant Stand for Laura Beach, Santa Cruz
The Stand is mobile, on wheels, folds into two light transportable sections, has a desk/transaction station and other goodies.
Vanity Commission- for Lizzie and Paul at Lake Tahoe
Reclaimed douglas fir, oak and cedar. A concrete counter and oval basin with be placed in home.
Commissioned 3rd edition Camp Box for W.DC client:
Charcoal black. Polyurethaned interior surfaces, lock clasp, designed to ship flat-packed.
Reclaimed vintage barn lumber. Linseed and Tung oil treatments.
Bike Stand (1 of 4):
Reclaimed redwood, re-used oak and pine.
3rd Edition Camp Box:
3rd Editions Commissioned: Leanne W.- fall 2013, Robert S.- winter 2014.
Camera Obscura- 2013
Recent Commissions (winter 2012- fall 2013):