Carole Hallé is a freelance woodcarver making reproductions and restorations of furniture, architectural elements, frames, mantels, etc. She has studied drawing and sculpture at the Art Students League, at the New York Academy, and with Martine Vaugel. She went on apprenticing for many years with the woodcarver Bill Sullivan in New York City. She also apprenticed at the Atelier Goujon in Paris, and was an intern at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the department of Object Conservation. Through her sixteen years of experience, she has worked for clients ranging from private residence owners, contractors, architects to museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. She has a studio in Brooklyn and is also available to work on sites.