Experienced with intricate furniture reproduction work of all sorts, John has been designing and building original furniture for seven years. His work usually combines curved lines, fine joinery, hand carving, and contrasting wood colors. John's furniture craftsmanship has been pictured in Fine Woodworking. A pair of John's side chairs were recently selected for inclusion in the Furniture Design Exhibition entitled "Tables | Chairs" at Gallery Katz in Boston. A Today's Woodworker article featuring John and his work ran during February of 2004 in the Woodworkers' Journal online "Ezine".

John is a graduate of the Furniture Institute of Massachussets. He is also a graduate of the University of Vermont, majoring in biology. When not cabinet-making or drawing, John can be found building custom homes with BauHeim Builders, LLC. He also finds a way to share his time with his wife Lindsey, daughter Lulu, son Wolfy at their home and studio located about 15 minutes north of Burlington, VT.
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Educated in fine art and architectural history at Brown University, Massachusetts College of Art, and in Florence, Italy, Lindsey draws from these experiences to work alongside John, designing original pieces of furniture. She also uses her knowledge of various artistic mediums, such as welding, etching, painting, drawing, photography, and ceramics, to create multi-media paintings, sculpture, and lamps.

Lindsey has exhibited her work in galleries and businesses in Burlington, Vermont, and in Hamilton and Beverly, Massachusetts, as well as organizing and acting as curator of group sculpture exhibits in Burlington, Vermont. Teaching art, ceramics, and photography to elementary and high school students, in Burlington, Vermont, in Nantucket, Hamilton, and in Beverly, Massachusetts, Lindsey has continued to expand her knowledge of art and design.