Ron Aylor, a resident of Lilburn, Georgia, is an unplugged woodworker. Working without electricity and using traditional edged tools, he specializes in 17th-century mannerist carving and Colonial American furniture. The bulk of his work is of 17th-century style joined chests, joined stools, carved boxes, and tables. His work follows techniques and methods from the period. Ash, cherry, oak, pine, poplar, maple, and walnut are his timber of choice.