THE NEW YORKER
The Really Big One.
When the 2011 earthquake and tsunami struck Tohoku, Japan, Chris Goldfinger was two hundred miles away, in the city of Kashiwa, at an international meeting on seismology. As the shaking started, everyone in the room began to laugh. Earthquakes are common in Japan—that one was the third of the week—and the participants were, after all, at a seismology conference. Then everyone in the room checked the time. Read Full Article
I’ll only work with the best materials available. I never compromise quality for time and give my clients realistic schedules that accommodate their lives. I strive for honest customer service, so contracts are only paid in full when the finished work is to your complete satisfaction.
I moved to Seattle in 1992 from the Midwest to be close to mountains, rivers and water. I’m an avid fisherman, hiker, hunter, gatherer, builder and tinkerer. I’ve climbed Rainier, snowboarded St. Helens and rowed the Olympic Peninsula’s rivers. I enjoy the smell of sawdust and the happy smiles of satisfied customers. Read More