Translating your vision into metal.


Do you have an idea you’d like me to bring to life for you in metal? Did you see something you’d like, except it needs to be bigger, smaller, or facing a different direction? Do you need architectural elements like gates, railing, and light fixtures to fit a particular theme and space? A truly stand-out sign for your business?


It’s important to me that sculptural pieces fit the place where they’re going to live. When designing a piece for your home or business, I need to know what the space looks like–size, light (or lack thereof), colors, and elements already planned or in place. Photos and video are wonderful for this. Site visits are even better, although not always practical.

I also want to know a bit about your personal tastes and style. You will be the one living with your custom sculpture, so your input is important. You don’t need to know exactly what you want, but an open discussion of what you like and dislike is an important part of the design process.




First Meeting
If possible, a meeting can be arranged at the shop or onsite so we can discuss your idea and give you a rough estimate of the costs.
First Draft

After our meeting I will translate your wishes and ideas into a draft. Any further questions you may have about the job will be answered at this time.


If you approve the design and all further details have been discussed I will make you an offer that covers all costs. If further additions and requests are made after the project has been approved or if unforeseen circumstances arise, I will let you know right away and give you an estimate of any additional costs.


How long it takes to finish a project depends on its scope. A rough estimate of the  expected duration will be given. If there are unexpected delays I will inform you immediately.


Shop visits are available by appointment. Gives me a chance to clean up a bit before you arrive. But you should still expect to encounter sharp things, hot things, and things that will make you very dirty. Please wear closed-toe shoes.P

Have a question? Want something made? Leave me a message at 352 357-7221 or write me a mail.