Amy McAuley
Oculus Fine Carpentry

McAuley is the owner of Oculus Fine Carpentry, Inc.  Started in 2002, Oculus specializes in the conservation of historic windows and doors.  Notable projects include the Pioneer Courthouse, Fort Dalles, Heceta Head Lighthouse, and Yaquina Head Lighthouse.

About Amy McAuley

Amy has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon, one year of post baccalaureate work in architecture at Portland State University and 17 years of on-the-job experience in historic structures.

Her emphasis is in working with traditional tools and techniques to conserve and build sash for historic structures.  In Oregon she focuses on 19th and early 20th century buildings.  She has demonstrated widely across the US and in Canada. She also teaches yearly at the Pacific Northwest Field School run by the University of Oregon.

About Amy McAuley

Amy has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon, one year of post baccalaureate work in architecture at Portland State University and 17 years of on-the-job experience in historic structures.

Her emphasis is in working with traditional tools and techniques to conserve and build sash for historic structures.  In Oregon she focuses on 19th and early 20th century buildings.  She has demonstrated widely across the US and in Canada. She also teaches yearly at the Pacific Northwest Field School run by the University of Oregon.

Contact Information

 

Amy McAuley is a super busy gal with a passion for what she does. If you’d like more information about her, and the work she does, you can visit her website with the button below. I’m sure she’d love to speak to you about your project too.

 
 

Learn More About Amy McAuley

Amy McAuley also has their own website, full of great details examples of their work. Visit the Oculus Window blog to learn more