We build these clocks.

... and love our work.

I'm Lindsay Morris,  the owner / inventor here. (CEEO: Chief Everything Else Officer.) I've started three successful software development companies (lots of inventions in that world!).

I keep coming up with new ideas.

This idea, the Linear Clock, has thrilled me for four years now.  I've learned electrical engineering well enough to finally hire a real electrical engineer and get quality circuit boards.

My team has built a nice shop and good process for creating these beautiful clocks.  I'm quite proud of them and the whole concept. Our daily google alert says nobody else in the world is making anything similar.  

Szilvia Csatlos is our production manager (and increasingly, primary artist). Born in Hungary and living in the US since 2012, she has been a painter, furniture reviver, and prosthetic makeup artist for movies.

For us, she selects the lumber, assembles the clocks, does the lettering and the pointers, and frequently comes up with beautiful artistic embellishments. She also keeps track of our special orders. She's precise, meticulous, organized, and gets everything right. We're lucky to have her with us!

Ari Tukachinsky has been in Asheville five years now, and when not playing in a band or managing a restaurant (Vortex doughnuts), he works for us.
Ari does most of the woodworking for us and builds various jigs and shop improvements.  If the corners on your clock are perfect, well, thank Ari.

Margot Sanders is immensely competent,  and a little bit driven.  She builds the electronics and the “sleds” that drive our clocks. It’s surprising how many little problems there are to solve. It’s less surprising that they all vanish under her steady hand. 

Sarah Vick is our Process Manager, enabling us to co-operate, collaborate, and communicate with each other and not let things fall through the cracks.  And, like all of us, she works in the shop sometimes.