We believe our greatest asset is our truly remarkable team of craftsmen.

The teams collective in-house knowledge and experience is what sets Day & Age apart. From fabricating sculpture for the New York art world, to restoring an 18th century whale-ship - we approach problem solving as an art.

Jon Day

Jon Day founded Day & Age in 2014. He is an entrepreneur with a background in Sculpture, Industrial Design, and Architecture. Jon attended Pratt Institute and studied Sculpture. While at Pratt Jon worked for many galleries and artitst's in New York City as a designer, fabricator, exhibit installer. After the economic crash Jon left the city in pursuit of something meaningful. He choose to dedicate the next four years to working on the restoration of th Charles W. Morgan at Mystic Seaport. This deep dive into history, problem solving, and yankee ingenuity inspired Jon to start Day & Age- The Morgan required many artists and craftsmen to accomplish that project- Day & Age strives to bring together top shelf talent to accomplish truely unique and special design | build and restoration projects.

James Robert Kirschner

James is a graduate on the International Yacht Restoration School in Newport, RI. He worked in the Restoration of the Charles W. Morgan at Mystic Seaport for several years. His specialty is restoring small wooden boats and antique furniture.

Noah Kaesar

Noah is a fine woodworker, instrument maker, and craftsmen. He designed and built his own house from scratch. He is a problem solving genius, and highly skilled craftsmen. He apprenticed as an instrument maker and restoration specialist from his father, who is a world renowned harpsichord specialist.