Michelle Waldeck, MS
Michelle is a graduate of Mount Mary University in Milwaukee, WI and Edgewood College in Madison, WI with formal training in Studio Art and Art Therapy. She has been a custom picture framer since 1994 and loves all aspects of the process. She is an accomplished designer and loves a challenging project. When not at the shop, you may find her traveling, cooking, or just hanging out with her fur children. She currently sits on the board of the Madison Print Club and she is treasurer of the Monroe Street Merchants Association.
Jeremy Wineberg, MFA
Jeremy has art degrees from the University of Delaware and Millersville University of Pennsylvania. With over 20 years of experience in the framing industry, he enjoys every aspect of the craft, from design to installation. He also is a practicing artist and a contributing editor to Spackle Madison.
Josh recently moved to Madison from Chicago. He has been framing for over a decade, enjoys the craftsmanship and loves when a customer is excited by the new life that good framing can bring to something cherished. When not working to present and preserve your art, he is making his own, either painting, drawing, or sculpting. He is also passionate about his family, his hobbies, and cycling during the summers. Josh is also the co-owner of A New Hope – a collectible toy and comic bookstore on State Street.
Sheridan designs and builds framing packages with great attention to producing personal and distinctive presentations. She loves to learn about the story behind each piece, offering emotional support on those sentimental projects that can be so close to our clients’ hearts. Sheridan is also excited to learn more about the ordering and coordinating side of production. Outside of the shop, Sheridan can be found spending quality time with her pup, Edison, at the park, or honing the craft of spontaneous drawing with her art business, Chetta Ink Shop.
Arlo’s experience with historic research and framing lends a unique skill set to the MSF team. With a deep appreciation for artifacts and maps, Arlo understands the care and attention older pieces deserve as well as the archival and preservation techniques needed to keep them intact and enjoyable for years to come. His enthusiasm for history has led him to volunteer with organizations like Wisconsin Historical Society and Madison Trust for Historic Preservation.