Watchmaking has been a passion of mine for nearly 20 years. Attending the WOSTEP course in Switzerland allowed me to learn the importance of function and accuracy, while maintaining a high level of finishing. It was during this course I was able to delve into prototyping and learn what it takes to make parts by hand. This process is one I enjoy thoroughly and will continue to develop throughout my career. I am one of the lucky few who can say their passion is their job and I think it shows in my work.
One of the benefits of purchasing a wristwatch from me is knowing you will have something unique and personal. I aim to produce only 4-6 pieces per year and each one has it's own differences. I love working with clients to find new ideas and designs, yet keeping my own design language at the core.
The workshop is located in my hometown of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. I use traditional techniques and methods, while employing technology that can create new and exciting designs and possibilities. I find the machines and their care as important as the timepieces I create. Visitors are welcome, and I hope you are able to stop in sometime.
My passion for 'custom' spills over into a lot of other aspects of my life. I do all my own woodwork which includes the watch presentation boxes, and I built my own watchmaking bench.