I’m originally from Shutesbury, Massachusetts. I studied Landscape Architecture at UMass, and graduated in 2013.
Since then, I’ve worked at several design-build landscaping companies, in both Massachusetts and Connecticut. From doing design work behind a computer, to planting, to maintenance, I gravitated towards hardscape design and installation.
My first experience with stonework was during a study abroad design/build project in Croatia in 2012, where I was able to work with a group called Dragodid. This group was dedicated to preserving and promoting the traditional dry stone building techniques of their region.
From 2015 – 2017, I was a volunteer for the Peace Corps, in Panama. I worked in a rural community of 200 people to design and build a gravity-powered aqueduct that piped clean drinking water to the community from a spring source more than two miles away.
I’m a professional member of The Stone Trust, and a certified level 2 waller, by the Dry Stone Walling Association of Great Britain.
I enjoy doing hand-drawn designs for landscaping plans and perspective drawings to help in the design process of a project.
I also have experience with landscape design and planting, but my favorite projects are working with natural stone.
Sephton Stonework has been servicing the Pioneer Valley and beyond since 2017. And for the right project, I’m always willing to travel. I have done work in New York, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, and Texas.
As a one man operation, I can guarantee attention to detail and care in my work with every project large or small.
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