Morgan Hill Farm is where Cilla calls home. Her wood shop is also located here among the Ozark Mountains of Northwest Arkansas.
Cilla Colebrook is delighted to launch her line of cutting boards and hardwood art. Her passion for woodworking began in 2012 while renovating her newly purchased property that, at the time, was a previously foreclosed on and long-time neglected farm in NW Arkansas. These home improvement efforts included the restoration of an old barn on the property in which she discovered a stack of rough-cut planks of 100-year old red and white oak boards.
Cilla thought a lot about the potential they still held after years of being unappreciated, unseen, and just left behind, newly single herself, she was determined to transform all the abandonment into creative beauty using her own two hopeful hands and artistic imagination.
After Cilla acquired the appropriate tools she began avidly designing and experimenting as her latent love for construction and fine woodwork was steadily honed into the collection of cutting boards that are seen here in her online shop.
Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, Priscilla earned a Psychology degree from the University of Cincinnati and later studied ADAAA law at John Jay Law School in NYC so she could practice as a court liaison assisting clerks, judges and attorneys while acting as an advocate for individuals with invisible disabilities in any state, local or federal court system where her services are needed. She is the mother of two daughters, one of which still lives at home.
Along with to her woodworking business, she continues to professionally train horses, broker sales, instruct riding students and offer a variety of equine services to clients from her home at Morgan Hill Farm.