Who We Are
Together Jack and Megan bring years of practical building experience, a keen creative eye and a love of repurposed materials to designs that are both forward-thinking and rooted in America’s proud past. Their combined forth plus years experience building custom homes, creating custom designs and sourcing reclaimed materials has created a well rounded and intuitive approach to their family business.
Jack’s appreciation for the historical significance of reclaimed wood and fine furniture stems from his childhood working alongside his father John, an antique dealer specializing in industrial décor. Don’t be fooled, growing up all those antique stores and flea markets just used up valuable fishing time that he really resented but a love of old good things seeped into his young fishing obsessed brain anyhow.
Megan is an artist and designer, business owner, super mom, Nordic skiing machine and river goddess with special expertise in faux painting, wood flattening and finishing techniques. An active member of the community, she volunteers with non-profit organizations and works to promote the environmental stewardship that underpins Crosscut Reclaimed and the Norton family.
As a family we are avid rafters, fisherpeople, skiers and foodies spending as much time as possible on the mountains and in the canyons of the four corners region. Our two daughters, Eva! and Abbey (aka hot laps) are tough mountain girls who get great grades, bake the best macaroon you’ve ever had, rip A Basin, ski to backcountry huts and log 2-300 river miles a year. As a family we have a deep respect for the West and all it has to offer, and are invested in building a thriving, healthy, sustainable community for ourselves and our children.