After graduating college Matt spent the early part of his career living in Boston and working in the field of Historic Preservation.  It was an industry that afforded him the opportunity to travel, and to discover a world of craftsmanship that would help shape the direction of his life.  He proudly worked on restoration projects on such landmark sites such as The Hershey Theatre, Boston College, MIT and The Old North Church, among others.  


But his greatest passion had always come from his creative pursuits, and in 2007 he began a tile design business so he could blend his love of craftsmanship with his more artistic ambitions.  He spent the next several years teaching himself and refining this unique craft, and traveling between Boston and his hometown on Cape Cod, installing hand carved mosaic designs into the backsplashes and floors of coastal homes.

In 2014 Matt was drawn out to Tucson, AZ to start something new.  He returned to school for graphic design, earning another degree and a national award for advertising along the way. He now runs his own creative studio, providing design and marketing services for local businesses.  But his love of quality craftsmanship and working with his hands has never faded, and he intends on sharing his craft with his newly adopted city, and exploring a whole new world of colorful tile designs.

If you are inspired to do something a little different for your next tile project, then please use the contact information provided and let's see how we can turn your next tile installation into a work of art.  Because every tile surface is a blank canvas, and the only limit is our imagination. 


There are three stages to the tile design process:  the design phase, the fabrication phase, and the installation.  Each of these processes have been refined to the point where the final product mirrors the original design almost perfectly, while pulling the beauty of the tile into the artwork.