I grew up on the Brooklyn waterfront in a “working class” household, and because trouble could come from anywhere, I stayed close to home, spending lots of time with my Grandfather in his basement workshop.
To keep me out of his hair, he’d give me little projects to do, explaining later what had caused my repairs to fail, which re-wired my brain toward things mechanical. And I fell in love with working with my hands, and so I’m now a musician, artist, locksmith, and a safecracker
Now that I’m thinking about it, I imagine I could have done worse than to start a business where I can help people protect everyone and everything they hold dear.
I have been living in Weston for 30 years, and serving its residents since 1998 as a Weston’s Genuine Locksmith, while also serving THOUSANDS of clients Countywide over these years.