Eric has been designing and crafting fine furniture and architectural millwork for 25 years. His first design experience was in the theatre. He holds an MFA from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, where he specialized in lighting and scenery design. Following years of work in the theatre, he devoted himself to making fine handcrafted furniture. At Boston’s venerable North Bennet Street School he mastered the age-old skills of traditional joinery, carving, inlay, marquetry and veneer work. Out of his Westchester studio he produces both high quality cabinetry as well as exceptional furniture in a variety of styles —from Biedermeier and Art Nouveau to mid-century modern and contemporary —all painstakingly researched and exquisitely constructed.
In 2008, as his services continued to grow, he expanded to accommodate the increased demand for larger architectural millwork projects. He works with Interior Designers, Architects and directly with clients in a process that involves an ongoing dialogue to customize each piece and project to fit modern lifestyles without compromising on craftsmanship, material, beauty and continuity within the decor.
After working on many successful projects together, Eric joined forces with Apolon Corp. in 2014 becoming the company’s point person for all architectural millwork, cabinetry and custom furniture. He deeply appreciates Apolon’s commitment to excellence and delivering a cohesive design build service to clients.