Originally from New Jersey, Fred has called Colorado home since attending the University of Colorado at Boulder from 2007-2011. Through his major in Geography and a focus on sustainable human development he gravitated towards our built environment and the spaces we call home. His learning journey took him to Brazil for a Permaculture designers certificate as well as Oregon for an apprenticeship in natural building techniques. In the past ten years he has dedicated himself to a life of carpentry and design with a specific focus on traditional furniture, timber framing, cabinet building and finish/trim carpentry. In 2018 he completed training to become an affiliate builder for EcoNest Homes specializing in Japanese timber frames and light straw clay walls. From 2017-2020 Fred worked as a lead carpenter at Simblissity Tiny Homes where he completed all phases of the builds and helped design many interior features of the homes. Since starting the company in 2020 Fred has continued to learn as both a craftsman and designer and has grown Mojo Woodworks into a team that can handle a wide range of projects including full kitchen and bath cabinetry, libraries, custom built-ins, and specialty millwork for both commercial and residential spaces.
Seth began woodworking over a decade ago at Casework Logic, a Denver based millwork shop. During his time there, he worked in many different positions including fabrication, installation, custom bench, solid surface/laminate countertops, and shop management. He also completed the Fine Furniture/Woodworking program at Red Rocks Community College.
Jon Kitzmiller is a third-generation craftsman who has inherited a desire for good, honest work that stands the tests of time. His reverence for a well-made object is what drives his work and attention to detail. He works in furniture, cabinetry, sculpture and general carpentry with Mojo Woodworks in Boulder, CO.Boulder,CO.