I build my guitars in an atypical fashion. Never reproducing the same inlay design twice, I customize each instrument (even on my most basic model) to give every guitar it’s own aesthetic individuality. I use only the finest tone woods available allowing me to create striking and vocal instruments. Utilizing my luthiery education, I have developed a sound that is as unique in its design as my inlay art.
My instruments are very dynamic and respond to the lightest touch. Primarily they are well suited towards finger style players, however I can work with whatever your playing style might be to optimize the performance of the instrument.
Interaction between the musician and the luthier is very important to me. Due to the unique aesthetic nature of my designs, I find it important to share the work with the client throughout the building process. This allows me to know that what I am building is appropriate to the client’s aesthetic needs.
Expression is found in both the playing and construction of the guitar. Creating the ideal sounding guitar is as rewarding to me as as musician playing an ideal melody. My goal is to inspire the musician in the same way that I am inspired by the music they play.