Craftsman Since 1987
What is your favorite piece of Thos. Moser furniture?
Probably my Pencil Post Bed.
If you weren’t a Moser, do you think you still would have discovered woodworking?
I’m quite certain that I would still be building something, it’s in my blood. It might not have been wood specifically, but I would be building.
Andy’s earliest Thos. Moser memories are of sanding chair legs for so long that he would sand the skin off of his knuckles, “you couldn’t help it really, if you did it long enough” he says, he was twelve years old at the time. Since then, he has developed a deep passion for woodworking and creating with his hands. After some three decades of crafting in the workshop he still loves to stand back at the end of the day and admire his efforts.
After graduating from high school, Andy explored other work such as marine construction for a number of years, but his passion brought him home and he’s never looked back. He finds satisfaction in the challenge of being patient, striving for perfection and never cutting corners when it comes to his craft.
It is rare to find Andy not working on something; he enjoys himself most when he is creating. In his home workshop, he loves the unique and organic look of live edge projects. On occasion he will visit a log yard nearby his home, find a log he likes and turn it into furniture. His dream is to someday create a website to sell his own projects.