Six years ago I started out
as a broker of stone. I help people find the right stones for a landscaping
project. Over the years I have acquired a network of connections with
people who sell and buy stone, who own old quarries, who are in the
demolition business of old stone buildings. I have in-depths experience,
both in a technical and artistic sense, in what each project might require.
My clients come to me with
an idea, a concept, a vision. I help them find out what kind of stone
would work best for their landscaping or building project. Together
we explore the relevance of surface, shape, and color, and in our close
collaboration, the project gradually takes shape and becomes
reality. It is exhilarating when the work is finished and
engages the eye and the mind in the way it was imagined.
This process should provide
equal satisfaction to me, the broker, and to the buyer. I consider myself
only successful in so far as this is true. I love my work and can't
imagine a better job.
July 2, 2006