My subsequent love of leather started in the 90’s as a child. I remember watching my Uncle work on leather projects in his shop and I was fascinated. Fast forward to 2015, enrolling in the Maine College of Art textiles and fashion program after the military propelled me toward a course in shoemaking. There, I discovered the lure—and subsequent love—of leather again. I began to use the rugged and simple beauty of Maine to inform some of my one-of-a-kind designs. Maine is a part of me and therefore a part of what I make. It has an inexplicable quality that humbly captivates—something I hope to reflect in my creations. Most of my knowledge has been self taught and gleaned from countless hours on the internet and through books I’ve collected.
Our Products Are Available At The Locations Below
The lost Kitchen - Freedom, Maine
Kennebec Cabin Company - Manchester, Maine
Trove - Searsport, Maine
Brick and Mortar - Norway, Maine