I've been an admirer your work for a long time now. So it means a lot to me that your giving me a minute of your time. I've put together some samples of my work, my experience, and where my interests lie. Your dedication and skill are inspiring to me and it would be an honor to join your team.  -Nate

Here I am standing with a Grandfather clock that my namesake Nathaniel Mulliken made. A colonial era  Massachusetts based clock maker and my great, great, great, etc. grandfather. My Dad is a retired industrial arts teacher, and my Uncle Bill (WEM Woodworks) makes Shaker furniture. Needless to say this runs in my blood.

Brief History -
Related Experience

  • Currently I am working as a Creative Director for a graphics company specializing in litigation graphics.
  • 2015 General Contractor, put together a solid team from Yonkers. Fully licensed and insured.
  • 2005-2015 Various, high end design.
  • 2004 Self employed tile-setter and woodworking in San Diego.
  • 2003 worked for CNP out of San Diego. Specializing in large scale exterior signs. We did lots of stuff for Disney Land and fast food restaurants. Thermo-forming, sheet metal, custom pieces, and more. CNP was a great experience and I'm still in touch with a bunch of folks out there.
  • 2002 Worked at a large scale fish tank factory, making tanks, wading pools, chillers, heaters. Big tanks. Crating.
  • Early 2000's built art gallery spaces in Chelsea NY, lots of crating of art as well.
  • Mid  1990's-2000 while in college, framed houses in Boston during breaks, with BullsEye Builders. 
  • Early 1990's created interior signage for Stop and Shop and CVS, Don Graves Signs and Retail Graphics. I got my start in fabrication there.

In addition to my experience with tools, materials, and the disciplines of plumbing and electrical work, I also have skills in both 2D and 3D digital visualization.  I have found this has given me a real leg up on bidding for jobs. Not to mention giving my customer a clear idea of where we are going and what to expect.


The Shop I currently work out of. It's a bit crowded, but I do well down there. Nice 105" band saw, 10" contractor saw, shaper, jointer, planer, grinder, never can have too many clamps, and although I like my table saw sled, I do love my miter saw, sanders of various types, routers, press, love my oiled air tank. My two favorite tools are air gun and sharp chisel. I am also well versed in electric and plumbing. The van pictured was my baby, a real tank, unfortunately the motor went earlier this year.


-Just thrown in here for now, organizing it all is taking time, but this gives you an idea of my skill sets.