Matthew Dworman is the founder and CEO of TouchWood Labs where he is presently focusing on integrating technology into furniture and natural materials. Prior to launching this startup, he was the founder and Chief Gadget Officer at QLine Design, where he designs and builds custom furniture, specializing in the art of concealment. He has been an avid woodworker and inventor his entire life. In 2004, he founded the Archangel Woodworks Cooperative in Worcester, Massachusetts. He spent several years working part-time for Lie-Nielsen Toolworks, traveling the country and demonstrating hand tool use. Matthew is a contributing author for Popular Woodworking Magazine. He holds seven patents for his hidden compartment designs. Matthew’s workshop is in an old church in Kingston, New Hampshire which he renovated, transforming it into an ideal workspace for developing his ideas. He designs and builds custom furniture for clients across the globe.

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