The Woodcrafters Team

The son of a homebuilder, Travis gained experience in virtually every trade while growing up. After earning a degree in environmental science he worked as an environmental consultant for 8 years. Although working in an office/field environment gave Travis valuable technical, project management, social, and marketing skills, the draw to work with his hands eventually won out and he founded Woodcrafters in 2005. 


Travis' background provides him a broad and unique foundation in project management, technical know-how, and building science. Travis is married with two rambunctious boys and enjoys taking them on skiing and camping adventures as often as possible.

Kelley Spikes

Vice President

Kelley Spikes grew up in Oregon in the Willamette Valley and moved to Seattle in 1998.  She graduated from Western Washington University with a B.S. in Environmental Science.  While Kelley was in school, she also worked in the door and hardware division of a company that supplied interior finishes for hotels.  Kelley stepped away from that career in 2008 and had two boys.  She started working for Woodcrafters in 2012 once the accounting and administrative work started growing into a full time position.   Kelley has been enjoying being part of the great team we have and supporting Travis on building his company. When not at Woodcrafters, Kelley loves to ski, hike, and spend time with our two boys and dog Oso. 

Anna Howden

Principal Designer, B. Arch, M.U.D

Anna's interest in architecture developed at a young age. She decided she would become an architect by the time she was in 7th grade. As planned, Anna received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Arkansas and then a Master of Urban Design degree from the University of Toronto in 2002.

Before joining Woodcrafters Construction, Anna lived on San Juan Island where she owned and operated a residential design and construction management firm for over 10 years.  Her company was awarded an AIA "Seattle Center on the Environment” award for its innovative use of green building techniques including geothermal radiant heating and advanced framing. With a wide range of design experience from historic preservation, small tenant improvements, custom residential and mixed-use multi-family projects, Anna is a wonderfully capable and foundational part of the Woodcrafters team.  When not at work, she spends time outdoors with her husband, three daughters and giant Newfoundland.

Anna Lovell

Interior Designer

Anna's design career started at her childhood home in Sweden where she re-arranged the books in her parent’s library by color. It was so organized and beautiful in her mind, yet a bit confusing for her parents who could no longer find their books. Anna carries an international economics degree and received her interior design degree from Bellevue College in 1998. She has been working as an interior designer in both the commercial and residential arenas ever since, the last 12 years in residential design build. Anna is a great listener, and able to extract client needs, wants and vision for their space through her methodical process and communication style and expertly bring them to life. 

Sarah Chamberlain

Production Manager

Sarah grew up in rural Washington and urban Alaska, daughter of a farmer/builder/cabinet maker/mechanic/nature lover/musician/woodsman and a CPA/finance and business woman. With those influences and a natural affinity for creating, Sarah was destined early to find a career in construction. She earned an undergraduate degree in civil engineering in 1998 and a masters of science degree in construction management in 2000, both from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Out of school, Sarah worked in commercial construction in the San Francisco Bay Area managing biotech R&D campus and tenant improvement builds. She transitioned to residential construction management as a project and production manager after moving home to WA where she and her husband continue to raise their two exuberant children and two cuddly cats.

Jason Klecker

Project Manager

Jason holds a masters degree in structural engineering and worked as a self-employed finish carpenter for 7 years before joining Woodcrafters. A strong project manager, Jason brings attention to detail and precision to his work. Like many on our team he enjoys spending time outdoors snowboarding and mountain biking and can often be found on the beach with his two dogs in his spare time.

Dan Withrow

Project Manager

Dan Withrow is a project manager with over 25 years experience in residential construction. Dan started in construction in Salem Oregon in 1995. After several years working in Oregon Dan moved to Las Vegas building high end custom homes. Dan is no stranger to remodels, and has been remodeling homes since the mid 90's. Dan and his family relocated to Seattle to further pursue his career in the custom home industry with Woodcrafters. He enjoys spending time and hiking with his wife, kids and the family dog.

Michael Duft

Project Manager

Michael grew up Mill Valley in Marin County, Northern California. Michael worked with his uncle and cousin in the summers of high school building custom homes in California. He has worked in the residential construction industry in various roles for what will soon be 40 years. Beyond construction, Michael spent time in the Army as a military policeman, and was even a commercial diver doing bridge, dam, and ship inspections. A favorite building related achievement having the privilege to do historic restoration on 18th century homes and buildings within the Historic District of Fredericksburg, VA. Michael is married to his lovely Swedish wife, Agneta, coming up on 29 years. He has two children, son, Kristian and a 24 daughter, Meghan, and of course two dogs and one cat. When Michael is not working you can find him riding his mountain bikes and racing downhill and enduros with his son.

Levi Stoll

Lead Carpenter

Levi was born in Thermopolis, Wyoming where his father built their family home.  This tradition of craftsmanship inspired him to be a creator and artist.  Levi has a BFA in Sculpture from the University of Washington and a BFA in Digital Design.  He has fabricated public sculpture for 5 years and has works featured in Seattle, Minneapolis, and Albuquerque. Additionally, he has worked in remodelling homes for 5 years. Levi brings artistry and excellence to the simplest of work.  He currently lives in North Seattle with his beautiful wife and 3 precious kitty cats.

Tommy Cook

Lead Carpenter

Tommy was born and raised on the East Coast in Scituate Massachusetts where he began building with his carpenter father in the summers at the age of 14. He started his own company, Thomas Cook Carpentry, at 29 and ran it for many years. Tommy has worked on numerous historical homes from the 1800s in the Boston area and rebuilt many houses after bad Nor'easter storms in New England. Eventually moving to California, he continued working on cabins in Lake Tahoe, yet another stop on his 44 year construction and carpentry career. Now at Woodcrafters Construction, Tommy is an invaluable resource as a seasoned and knowledgeable lead carpenter. In his down time, Tommy enjoys relaxing at home which overlooks the Skykomish River with his family and 3 dogs.  You might also find him camping, fishing or catching a game. Go Patriots!

David Hunziker

Lead Carpenter

Max Jernigan


Born and raised in Washington, this young man has always had a passion to work with his hands. Starting his carpenters career early taking a construction class in high school two years in a row, learning every step to build a house from the ground up. After high school it was out of the frying pan and into the fire pouring foundations in Washington and Oklahoma in the middle of the hot summer. Craving to learn everything he could moved onto the broader profession of home remodel. With almost 7 years of construction experience under his tool belt this young man is ready to turn your dream home into a reality!

Nick Corpuz

Carpenter's Apprentice

Nick grew up on the island of Oahu and moved to Seattle in 2014. He started his construction career at an early age by assisting his dad with new residential homes. Education and experience came from family roots as well as working as an apprentice carpenter for Woodcrafters Construction LLC. His down time consists of family time with his 3 dogs and fiancé as well as hiking, wrenching on cars, gardening, bqqing  and video games.

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