IP Hosts Spring Speaker Series Featuring Brent Hull
Impossible Possibilities (IP) hosted its Advisory Board (AB) fall Speaker Series on Thursday, May. 18, 2017, at the Petroleum Club of Fort Worth.
The AB is comprised of individuals who share a common belief in education. As part of the AB, the organization hosts a semiannual Speaker Series, which features private talks by accomplished professionals.
Brent Hull, president and owner of Hull Historical, shared his experiences with the AB members in attendance and discussed the challenges of overseeing a growing business while also staying true to the craftmanship for which he is known.
Hull started building furniture in his basement while studying historic preservation at the prestigious North Bennet Street School in Boston. He graduated with a degree in Preservation Carpentry and moved to Fort Worth in 1993 to start his new business, Hull Historical.
Hull Historical is a nationally-recognized authority in historic design, architecturally correct moldings and millwork. With more than 20 years of experience as a Texas-based restoration expert, Hull is one of the most respected and sought after historical builders in the country. He is also the author of three books and currently stars in the Lone Star Restoration, a new History Channel TV series.
Hull and his team have received the award for “Best of Houzz design” six years in a row, highlighting the company’s commitment to excellence. He has also designed an award-winning line of moldings for Windsor Mill in California and was enlisted by the Kuiken Brothers to help in designing 65 American molding profiles that were voted “The Top 100 Best New Products 2011” by This Old House Magazine.