Paul Ruhlmann

Paul Ruhlmann began his professional woodworking career after apprenticing with Jon Brooks in 1975-6, and since then he has been producing sculpture and furniture for galleries and private collections. For the past 40 years, he has taught woodworking at Buckingham Browne and Nichols School in Cambridge, MA. In 1999 he invented the Veritas® tenon cutter, followed by related articles and a video on “Making Rustic Furniture” for Fine Woodworking. In 2003 he was voted New England Woodworking Teacher of the Year by the NEAWT.