Our design and tonal philosophy is to create and voice instruments in a style that is distinctly our own, with no pretense of copying one school or historical design. Our goal is to blend general contemporary American ideas with our own concepts based on research into other organ-building traditions. In our work, we consistently strive for choruses that are clear and transparent and balances that work to serve liturgical and concert literature.
We believe we have a great responsibility to produce organs that will not only "do church," but will do it with style. Our organs do this by supporting the choir, by offering organists registration possibilities for creative and sensitive service playing and by having an essential grandeur as well as a heroic nature appropriate to the example of our work. It combines the foundation for excellent support of choral, congregational and service music in addition to supporting organ concert literature and the community concert venue.