Martin Corbin: Website Developer by Day, Artist and Musician by Night

Martin Corbin | Website Developer by Day | Musician by Night Martin Corbin, website developer extraordinaire: with Stephanie Salasin (left), and performing on the mandolin (right). Martin is our newest member of the IT/Website group at Vermont Woods Studios.

Selling handmade furniture online is considered preposterous by many. Fine furniture must be seen in person for one to appreciate the quality and workmanship that goes into each piece. But at Vermont Woods Studios we've been hard at work making an exception to that rule for 8 years. Much of our success is due to the talented group of web development professionals we've managed to persuade to join our cause-- and Martin Corbin is the newest among them.
Martin's interest in computers and digital art began when he was a young boy. As an adult, he enrolled in a PC repair course and entered the IT field, first working for a local computer shop then going freelance. Martin enjoyed experimenting with digital art, and eventually combined his interests into designing websites. However he hasn't left his creativity behind. On his personal website he shares a bit about his artistic side:
"I was raised in an artistic household and began drawing at an early age. My mother Rita Corbin was already an established artist before I was born. I watched her work daily and used what I learned to try to make my own drawing come to life.... My approach is simple: draw or paint what I want, when feel like it, and don’t worry about how it comes out. Simple as this is, not over thinking remains a challenge. I believe this relaxed approach makes the process more enjoyable while still allowing for great results."
Martin Corbin | Vermont Artist, Musician and Web Developer Martin Corbin, Vermont Artist, Musician and Web Developer. Help us welcome Martin to the Woods by giving him a thumbs up on Facebook!
I want to know how to relax and get as much accomplished as Martin has. In addition to his expertise with computers, programming and art, he is also an accomplished musician. We know Martin as a die hard Phish phan but I've recently learned that he has a long history with music. During Brattleboro's heyday, he was in a band called The Weld, playing acoustic, instrumental jazzgrass music at The Common Ground Restaurant and McNeill’s Brewery. You can check out his artwork and music on his website,
We feel very fortunate to have Martin working with us at Vermont Woods Studios. Stop by our fine furniture and art gallery at Stonehurst to see samples of his artwork. And help us welcome Martin to the Woods by giving him a thumbs up on Facebook!

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Peggy Farabaugh

She is a CEO who brakes for salamanders, has bottle-fed rescued squirrels and spent her vacation building furniture for a rural school in Costa Rica. She believes in the future and in the people who will build it. A former distance-learning professor at Tulane University with a master’s in environmental health & safety, she turned an interest in forest conservation and endangered species into a growing, local business. She delivers rainforest statistics at breakneck speed, but knows how to slow down and appreciate the beauty of a newly finished piece of heirloom furniture.

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