Kevin was raised on a busy street in Peabody, MA where he shared a split level house with his mother, brother, grandparents and uncle. Kevin’s grandfather Rod and Uncle Jim were both jacks of all trades. But they were carpenters first, which meant there were always projects going on around the house, causing him to become fascinated in the construction world at a young age. Kevin worked with a handful of companies right out of high school that revolved around carpentry, from small crews doing home renovations to working in a union cabinet shop. These opportunities allowed him to leave his mark throughout the greater Boston area, working on projects such as a solid white oak stair case for the Dana Farber Cancer Center, acid proof lab tables for Center for Life Sciences, a two-story rainbow-stained hardwood art wall for the Children’s Hospital and renovations at Fenway park.
Kevin moved to Vermont in the summer of 2012 and joined the Timberhomes team in May of 2021, where he quickly fell in love with the magic of timber framing. He was lucky enough to be a part of 5 raisings in his first few months, and learned many new skills from a number of creative and influential gnomes. Kevin quickly knew he wanted to be part of this company.
Kevin lives for transforming raw materials into beautiful products that will be enjoyed for many years to come. In his spare time you can find Kevin hiking the White Mountains, enjoying the river on his property in East Corinth, or high up on a rock wall clinging to its face with nothing but his fingertips and the edges of his shoes.