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Twelve-week Furniture Intensive Faculty

The faculty for the Twelve-week Intensive is drawn from among the following instructors. Additional faculty may be named as opening dates draw near. Please visit the instructors’ websites for more extensive views of their work.


Aaron Fedarko is a full-time furniture designer, maker, and instructor in Rockland, Maine, where he operates a group workshop. He graduated from our Nine-month Comprehensive in 2007 and subsequently participated in our Studio Fellowship Program. Aaron also works with GreenWood and PATs Peru, two nonprofit organizations that promote sustainable forestry management skills and teach woodworking to indigenous communities in the Peruvian Amazon basin. To see more of Aaron’s work, visit

fedarko two chairsChairs by Aaron Fedarko, ash and bloodwood (18.5"x7"x33"), 2012

Adrian Ferrazzutti is a self-employed furniture maker in Guelph, Ontario with 12 years’ professional experience. He is a 1998 graduate of the Fine Woodworking Program at the College of the Redwoods, where he studied with James Krenov. Adrian writes for Fine Woodworking, which featured one of his chairs on the back cover of the December, 2007 issue, and his work has been widely published in books and magazines. The Canada Council for the Arts has awarded him several grants, and he exhibits his work across Canada and in the U.S. Adrian's website is

Ferrazzutti-chairWindsor Chair by Adrian Ferrazzutti, wenge, satinwood (28"x26"x30"), 2013

Mark Juliana left the world of high tech in 2007 to explore more meaningful work and graduated from our Nine-month Comprehensive in 2008. He returned to Ashland, Oregon where he set up a workshop and began to teach locally. In 2011, Mark returned to the Center as a Studio Fellow and in August of that year he joined our staff as Assistant Facilities Manager.

juliana demiluneDemilune Table by Mark Juliana, rosewood, walnut, and holly, (36"x18"x30"), 2008


Yuri Kobayashi is a furniture maker and sculptor in Providence, RI. Born in Japan, she eKobayashi-WhisperWhisper by Yuri Kobayshi, ebonized ash (48"x18"x20"), 2013arned a B.A. in architectural design at Musashino Art University in Tokyo and then a certificate in woodworking from Shinrin Takumi Juku in Takayama City. She also holds an M.F.A. in furniture design from San Diego State and currently teaches at the Rhode Island School of Design. Yuri exhibits nationally and has been awarded several competitive residencies, grants, and fellowships, including Windgate Artist-in-Residencies at SUNY Purchase in 2010, the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 2011, and the International Turning Exchange in Philadelphia in 2014. Yuri's website is



Matheson DresserDresser by Austin Matheson, bubinga, maple (78"x19"x29"), 2010

Austin Matheson is a self-employed custom-furniture maker in Miami, Florida, as well as an adjunct professor at the University of Miami School of Architecture. He studied boatbuilding at the Rockport Apprenticeshop in Maine and is a graduate of the two-year furniture training program at the North Bennet St. School in Boston. Austin works primarily on commission, with a focus on historic styles of the Caribbean. His website is




Mason McBrien has been the Center’s Facilities Manager since August, 2011, although he still finds time to accept commissions for furniture and wood turning. After years of self-employment building custom furniture, museum installations, and historic garden architecture in New Hampshire, Mason enrolled in the Center’s 2007-2008 Nine-month Comprehensive and subsequently was awarded a Studio Fellowship. His work has been published in Fine Woodworking and in Lark Books’ 500 Tables (2009) and 500 Cabinets (2010).

        McBrien1Shimmer by Mason McBrien, curly maple and black walnut, (35"x18"x37"), 2008


Brian Reid is a 1995 honors graduate of England’s Parnham College, where he trained under John Makepeace. For many years he has divided his time between building furniture on commission and teaching at the Center. Brian’s work has been published in American Craft, Fine Woodworking, and Woodwork magazines and exhibited in galleries nationwide. He is a member of the New Hampshire Furniture Masters Association and, in 2007, was designated a “Searchlight Artist” by the American Craft Council. In 2012 he received a prestigious Artist Award from the Boston Society of Arts and Crafts. To see more of Brian’s work, go to

        Reid-table-detail-2014Detail of Fibonacci's Table by Brian Reid, walnut, plywood substrate, varnish (10"x20"x34"), 2012



Tim Rousseau divides his time between building furniture on commission in Appleton, Maine and teaching at the Center. He took the Center’s Twelve-week Intensive in 1998 and then spent two years working in a multifaceted group shop in Hoboken, New Jersey before returning to Maine to set up his own business. In 2002 and 2003 he served as the Center’s Resident Instructor, running the Workshop Program. Since then, he has been a lead instructor for the Twelve-week Intensive and has taught the chair project for the Comprehensive. His furniture is shown throughout the Northeast, and his 13-part video series, “Making a Small Cabinet,” is featured on Tim’s website is

Rousseau-DeskDesk by Tim Rousseau, ash, lacquer (24"x40"x30"), 2014