Clark O’Bryan is an interdisciplinary craftsmen passionate about the role of traditional building crafts in renewing our connection to place and home. He is based in the Mad River Valley and services, generally, small-scale project work where the challenges of site, cost and available material require thoughtful design and an efficient use of resources. He is a student at Middlebury College in the architecture and biology departments and an aspiring tradesmen of many sorts, a builder with an eye to learn.
Passion set in stone
Typical Project Size: $100 – $1,000
- Retaining Walls
- Sitting Walls
- Small Outdoor Decks
- Entry Stairways
- Traditional Outdoor Features
Typical Work Area: Central Vermont
Would you travel further? Not at this time.
Images of Dry Stone Projects by Clark O’Bryan
Places Within Primary Work Area:
Waitsfield, Warren, Stowe, Northfield, Roxbury
Addison, Chittenden, Washington