are restorers of unusual objects and mechanisms. Recent projects range
from the entire metal collection of North America's oldest synagogue,
to a set of Oceanic ceremonial weapons, an electric salesman's stove
created in 1900, a 19th century French Taxiphote stereoptic glass slide
viewer, and the entire 10,000-pound, 19th century shelving system of
The Pequot Library stacks, in Southport, Connecticut.
solve problems through the liberal, fine, and applied arts. One of us
is a Fulbright Scholar and a recipient of the Rome Prize, one of us
graduated Magna and another, Summa Cum Laude. We have worked as
teachers, directors, large project managers, legal aides, systems
coordinators, designers, cooks, bakers, sailors, retail shop owners,
clerks, and museum guides.
We solve complex problems outside the box.