Welcome to the Makerspace!

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit collaborative organization of members who maintain a shared workspace, tooling, and skills in the Manchester, New Hampshire community. As a member maintained and operated organization, Manchester Makerspace provides access to shared resources, training, and mentorship for the benefit of Manchester’s local entrepreneurs, makers, students and artists of all ages. This is a member maintained and operated Makerspace!

Our Mission:

Manchester Makerspace is a collaborative organization of members who maintain a shared workspace, tooling, and skills in the Manchester, New Hampshire community. As a member maintained and operated organization, Manchester Makerspace provides access to shared resources, training, and mentorship for the benefit of Manchester’s local entrepreneurs, makers, students and artists of all ages.

Our Board of Directors

Daniel Perrinez

Daniel Perrinez

President, Electronics Shop Officer

The world is my home, and wherever I live, I will quickly learn and adapt with my neighbors customs. I will invest myself in my new community and leave it better than I found it. Our team at the Manchester Makerspace volunteers tens of hours per week to build a Manchester community better than we found it.

I am a software engineer who loves to disconnect fully and spend most of my time outdoors. Notoriously frugal, you’ll find me at the makerspace upcycling many different materials and saving them from the landfill.

Jesse O’Brien

Jesse O’Brien

Co-Founder, Director of Public Relations

Jesse is a DevOps Engineer by day, and race car fabricator/driver by night. His personal projects primarily involve metal and composite fabrication to allow cars to drive up mountain roads in State Parks more quickly.

Steve Korzyniowski

Steve Korzyniowski

Co-Founder, Vice President, Facilities Officer

Steve is a constant tinkerer, mechanical engineer, MBA, musician, artist, custom metal salesman, father and husband. Steve is a third generation resident of Hooksett/Manchester, whose mother worked in Manchester’s Waumbec mills during WWII "making" parachutes for American soldiers, and whose father was a machinist for a Manchester manufacturer. Making is in his blood and he is thrilled to have co-founded Manchester Makerspace in an abandoned mill in the city.

Jason Martin

Jason Martin

Secretary

From an early age Jason drove his parents crazy by disassembling most of his toys, as well as a few other things around the house (some of them he even got back together). He’s always been interested in understanding how things work, as well as how things can be used in ways they weren’t necessarily intended. When Jason isn’t riding or working on his motorcycles he likes to spend time in the metalworking shop.

Will Lynch

Will Lynch

Treasurer, Rapid Prototyping Officer

Will is an avid maker and outdoorsman. From ecology to robotics, he loves understanding how systems function and interact. He lives by the mantra "I could make that" and loves helping others realize their talent for making.

Don Grover

Board membber at large

Our Workshop Officers

Christopher Clinton

Christopher Clinton

Information Technology Officer

Christopher is a USAF Veteran with a background in Information Technology, Electronics, Avionics Systems and Iterative Design. He is a designer of anything from landscapes to robots and gadgets. Christopher believes Makerspaces should be a part of every city: to encourage ingenuity, jump-start small businesses, improve education and creativity of youth, and inspire people of all ages bring their art and ideas to life.

N. Chris Perry

N. Chris Perry

Co-Founder, Metalworking Workshop Officer

Christopher likes to say he’s an engineer every minute of the day & night. When he isn’t sailing, cooking or drinking he is creating something. During his career he’s worked as an electro-mechanical engineer, machinist, sheet metal mechanic, fabricator, and model maker. These career choices have all been part of his master plan to make his own creations by any means necessary.

Dave Belser

Dave Belser

Wood Turner Officer

David is an autodidactic polymath with too much time on his hands. A maker since birth (or thereabouts), David is an artist, software engineer, woodworker, and inventor. He has demonstrated his unique approach to woodturned art internationally and has won numerous awards. He is an active member in the Guild of NH Woodworkers and a past president of the Granite State Woodturners and a former juried member of the League of NH Craftsmen. His artwork can be viewed at davidbelser.com.

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