The Collective

Olivier Godbout


As a kid, I would go down into L’Atelier (the workshop), and start creating the only way I knew how, by bringing to life some of the objects from my imagination. Luckily enough, my dad let me play and experience the many basic hand tools which form the foundation of skills my hands still use to fabricate furniture to this day.

Passion for the mountains was the main driver to move into the beautiful village of Pemberton, BC. Since then, these landscapes keep feeding my imagination, which makes its way into my work.

The values of Wood Streams evolve around the focus on attention for detail, customer service, and giving every piece an artistic touch.

At Wood Streams, we savour the partnership and trust we have with our clients, after all, this is what makes no two pieces alike.

Woodworker in woodshed

Morgan Ritcey


Attracted by the mountains, she moved to Whistler in 20…

Inspired by both her grandfathers' work growing up, she tried her hand at the craft in 2018 and now pursues woodworking as a career.

She has contributed and added value to many fine projects through her eye for detail and love for working with natural materials.

Jay Pembroke


Originally from Nova Scotia, Jay moved to the Whistler area in 1999 and has never looked back.  Now residing in Pemberton, and since completing a Foundation program at BCIT, has recently joined the Wood Streams collective in order to complete his apprenticeship.

His skillset also includes CAD design and a great attention to detail, bringing a significant deal of value to our team.

Many hands make light work.

We see a collaboration of artists as more productive and complete than someone working alone. We share the same passion, but the accomplishment of making unique art pieces that will be used for generations to come is what really drives us.

We both like to get involved with every segment of each piece, simply because we are passionate about it. From the legs to the top, from the tree to the house.