©2007 by Mountain Drift Woodworking

Our sales and marketing representative. His responsibilities include researching the market and current trends.

Junior Yocute
"I created Mountain Drift Woodworking as a way of showcasing my work and possibly sell some of it as well. I want to see if I can really make a name for myself as a woodworker"

I've been told by my family and friends that I have a talent for woodworking. I was making birdhouses at eleven and making tables at fifteen. I never really considered doing anything real with it until now. Recently, I was commissioned to create a bench for my cousin. Following that, I received several more requests for not only benches, but chairs, wall hangings, etc. I created Mountain Drift Woodworking as a way of showcasing my work and possibly sell some of it as well. I want to see if I can really make a name for myself as a woodworker. If you like my work and would like for me to design something for you, I encourage you to browse our product gallery. If you have any questions, concerns, or comments, please feel free to contact me. Thank you.

Jake Areman

Head of tracking competitors, planning for growth, and seeking investments.

Cameron Wedinger

Our head carpenter. His ideas are what make Mountain Drift the free-spirited, innovative, and unbelievably unique company that it is

Peter Miceli

Our financial advisor. His responsibilities are to make sure we sell enough goods in order to meet/surpass our financial goals.