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James Moore - Foundations II Cabinet
Kimberly Mann - Foundations II Cabin
Michael Biggs - Chair Design
Eli Rosenblum-Stephens - Lighting
Liam Whalen - Drum Table
Hans Martin - Drafting Table
Charlie Baylor - Lighting
Jenna Graziano - Nest Table
Sam Young - Design I Table
Helen Hamilton - Chair Design
Ethan Canan - Degree Project
Kate Davidson
Alex Kolnberger
Gonzo Macabeo
Cooper Feiner-Homer
Bri Kaplan
Jared Williams
Frank Grischbowsky
Oscar Martinez
Ethan Canan
Kevin Scott
Chelsea Weeden
Gi-Kwon Jeong
Oscar Martinez
Jared Williams
Cooper Feiner-Homer
Brian Holbrook
Kate Davidson
Jamie Herman
John Humes
Eli Rosenblum-Stephens

Check out our Facebook albums for more photos of student semester work: 

Spring 2018 Album 

Summer 2018 Album 

Fall 2018 Album

Spring 2019 Album

Summer 2019 Album

Fall 2019 Album


Alicia Dietz


"Each instructor has something different they bring to the table. In my two years at the Vermont Woodworking School, I filled my tool bag with techniques, tips, and tricks that have made the instructors masters at their own craft. The individual attention I received was the draw for a small and technically-minded school. The skills I learned there translate into furniture that is made to withstand the test of time."


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Jeremy Zietz


"The Vermont Woodworking School's Immersion Program was just what I was looking for - a program which allowed me to work directly with an incredible group of woodworkers who each have their own perspective within a top notch facility. It created an environment where I could completely shape my own experience, and quickly learn a great deal about my particular interests. Building a completely new body of work in this program allowed me to go confidently into my next step as a maker and designer."


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Oscar Martinez

"What makes Vermont Woodworking School so special is it's community. In my 3 semesters, I learned something from every instructor in the school. Terre is as patient and positive as they come, which is just what you need when you're trying to tune a plane for the first time. Mario is a fountain of knowledge, without whom I would not have been able to wrap my head around some of my more ambitious ideas. If you want to be a better woodworker, Brian will move mountains to make sure that happens. Rick R. and Rick M. are brilliant craftsmen who are eager to share their feedback. Not only did I become a much better woodworker at VWS, I did it beside a group of students who are as passionate about woodworking as I am and I gained a new family at VWS."

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Jake Brown

“Through the Vermont Woodworking School, I was able to achieve a level of craftsmanship and technical ability not possible through self teaching or on-the-job training. The environment fostered by both students and faculty was conducive to immense learning, creativity, and growth as a designer craftsperson. The in-depth instruction through small class sizes as well as one-on-one studio time was exactly what I needed to propel myself towards a successful career in fine furniture making.”

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Jamie Herman


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Catherine Emil


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Matt Ogelby


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