• Meet Our Framers

    Meleana Moore

    Having been raised by two entrepreneurs in the woodworking industry, Meleana has been working with her hands since as long as she can remember. She helped her parents build her childhood home when she was 8, screwing floor boards into floor joists, painting walls, and anything else her parents needed. Today, Meleana is the owner and operator of Framecraft. Her great attention to detail, creative mind, tireless work ethic, and love of art combine to make her well-suited to take on any project you throw her way. Meleana has three beautiful children who have been raised at Framecraft and help her there regularly, continuing the family tradition.

    Mark Moore

    Mark has been an active part of Framecraft for almost a decade. A Virginia small-town native, he has owned multiple businesses over the years after graduating from the University of Mary Washington with a degree in business leadership and management. His decades-long experience in woodworking and artistry give him the insight to come up with creative solutions to your unique framing projects. Aside from making customer's smile, Mark's favorite part of working at Framecraft is the chance to work side-by-side with his wonderful wife and family every day.

    Samantha Nelson

    Samantha joined the Framecraft team in fall of 2016 shortly after moving to Warrenton, but her experience in custom framing began in 2010, in her hometown of Morehead City, NC. Her love of woodworking started as a child, when she would help her father with his many projects in his wood shop. The whir of the saw, the smell of wood, and the satisfaction of completing a project have always put a smile on her face. The combination of her appreciation for fine art and her love of woodworking is what drew her into custom framing. With a creative and attentive eye, she enthusiastically gives her all into each piece she frames. Samantha’s favorite part of custom framing is seeing her customer’s face light up when they see the completed project.