Keith Bruns received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Kansas. He was one of fifteen students chosen for a highly competitive program earning a degree in Illustration and Design.
After graduation, Keith moved to Aspen, Colorado. He took an intensive woodworking course at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center and never looked back. Keith apprenticed for Todd Haberman Construction for 7 years, building high end custom cabinetry. During this time, he continued taking woodworking courses including 2 workshops with woodworking legend Sam Maloof.
In 2004, Keith and his wife Stacey Stroh Bruns opened Keith Bruns Woodworking in Aspen. They relocated the cabinet shop to the San Francisco Bay Area in 2005. Their first project was included in the annual San Francisco Junior League Home Tour and was featured in California Home and Design magazine.
Keith and Stacey live in Mill Valley with their two children. In their free time, the Bruns can be found taking advantage of the biking in the Bay Area, out on the Bay or enjoying the mountains in Tahoe.
Keith Bruns Woodworking fabricated cabinetry inspired by Monticello for a home in the Pacific Heights neighborhood in San Francisco. The home was featured in the Wall Street Journal.