I met Tait through Katie at Prince Coffee. He had his woodworking shop just down the street from Mayfly and was building some extremely beautiful furniture. It was early in the Mayfly process when Tait and I first met up and discussed the project. His face lit up at the idea of having his work showcased in the neighborhood, and he loved the idea of helping to create a community spot where he could get together with friends.
The first time I saw his woodshop, Tait and his wife were working tirelessly to move everything over to their new shop at their new home. Tait is a guy who produces beautiful surfaces, but he is first and foremost a family man. His dedication to his wife, kids and community make him a perfect fit for Mayfly and we couldn’t be happier to have him as a part of this journey.