Zac has been making things since he could swing a hammer, and helping other people make things for almost as long. He learned welding and machining in his father’s workshop, and studied technical theatre at Wesleyan while helping to found the university’s North Studio Design/Build Program. He worked on the production team of Waterfire Providence before joining Michael Green Sculpture and founding Clockstone Studios in the spring of 2010.

Clockstone Studios is located in what used to be the Hope Webbing Factory, in a town billed as “The Birthplace of the Industrial Revolution.” We’re determined to prove that the combination of handwork and the skilled use of machines can be as revolutionary in the 21st century as it was in the 18th. Some of our machinery is cutting-edge, some is technically obsolete; all of it works beautifully.

For more information about what we do, feel free to check out the Products and Custom Work pages, e-mail us, or stop by.