Woodworking Education — Studies
- Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Providence, RI
- The Woodwright's School, Pittsboro, NC
- Maine Center for Furniture Craftsmanship, Rockport, Maine
- The Furniture Institute of Massachusetts, Beverly, MA
- The Woodturning School, Damariscotta, Maine
- Homestead Woodworking School, Newmarket, NH
For more than 10 years, we’ve been making fine furniture for customers from across the country: from New England, to Georgia, to California, to Alaska.
We started in Newburyport, MA and moved a couple times until settling nearby in a post and beam workshop in Greater Newburyport. With a love for antique furniture and traditional joinery methods, we continue to combine those interests as we design and build new pieces.
About the Maker
Michael O'Doherty Moore’s woodworking journey is decades old. The making of a kitchen with antique wood for a 200-year-old Maine farmhouse kindled a passion for woodworking. That extensive project led to others. Eventually, he decided to change careers to design and make furniture full-time. While many furniture periods influence his designs, he particularly appreciates American Federal Period furniture.
Michael is a leader of the Guild of New Hampshire’s Hand Tools & Carving Group. For this non-profit educational group, he also served in the past as an officer and Steering Committee member.
Columbia University, Master of Science
Bowdoin College, A.B.
Additional studies: New York University, University of Missouri (I.R.E.)
- American Association of Woodturners
- Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce
- Guild of New Hampshire Woodworkers
- Society of American Period Furniture Makers