- September 28, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
When Danny Killion was younger, he robbed from banks, but when he went to prison, he discovered that he could use his creative talents to make money.
“So I started working around here and had construction jobs and stuff like that that I hated, but I would go along the rivers after work and I would find all this cool wood. And because I got heavily involved in art projects when I was in prison, this was kind of my saving grace,” said Killion, now the owner of Weathered Wood.
What You Need To Know
- Danny Killion opened his shop Weathered Wood nine years ago in the heart of downtown Troy
- He takes driftwood from the Hudson River and creates furniture, lamps and wedding arches
- He says after a long year and a half of COVID, business is starting to pick back up
He opened his shop, Weathered Wood, nine years ago in the heart of downtown Troy, where he takes driftwood from the Hudson River and creates furniture, lamps and wedding arches,…