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The Team

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Marinus Van de Kamp

Owner / General Manager

Marinus achieved a Degree in Construction Technology at the MTS in Ede, The Netherlands in 1978. He worked as a commercial drafts person and project manager before moving to the USA in 1987, where he became a co-owner of Landmark Enterprises in 1990. Marinus brings extensive experience as a journeyman carpenter, draftsman, designer, estimator, and project manager to the Landmark team.

In his free time, Marinus plays piano in his jazz trio and likes to tear it up on the soccer field.


William Critchley

Project Manager

William joined Landmark with 37 years construction experience building custom homes all over the country. He lives in Sedro Woolley with his wife, Christine, and their cat, Bob and in his free time loves traveling, spending time with his beautiful grandkids and playing golf.

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Brandon Longwell

Project Manager

Brandon began working for Landmark Enterprises as a part-time apprentice carpenter in 1994. After earning his Degree from WWU, Brandon returned to Landmark and has worked as a journeyman carpenter and site supervisor since 2005. His experience in residential and commercial, cabinetry and finish work, has earned Landmark such accolades as the 2007 REX Award for Residential Kitchens given by the Building Industry Association of Whatcom County.

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Christopher Grannis

Project Manager Emeritus

Christopher worked in India with the Peace Corp for 2 years before returning to Washington State to earn a degree from WWU. After working as a carpenter for 10 years, he founded Landmark Enterprises with Kelly Longwell in 1984. Christopher has decades experience managing  phases of construction on jobs ranging from small residential remodels to large-scale commercial builds. In his free time, Christopher enjoys travel, electric cars, and encouraging people to participate in Peace Corp.


Elad Michael

Carpenter Apprentice

Elad recently joined the construction industry after years of ad-hoc DIY. When not building stuff, he enjoys Latin dancing, hiking, and being outside with his wife. He has developed himself into a very capable carpenter in a very short time.


PS: “Did I endeavour to find a photo with Korra in it? Yes, yes I did” 

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Shawn Mckenna


Shawn graduated with a degree in architecture from DAAP at the University of Cincinnati. After interning for architecture firms in Seattle, he left the Ohio for the Pacific Northwest and never looked back. Shawn completed the cabinet program at Seattle Central while apprenticing for a small remodeling firm, where he specialized in finish carpentry. Shawn has 10 years of experience in building, carpentry and has integrated that knowledge into his design work for Landmark for over 5 years.
Shawn and his wife, Meghan, own a small sheep farm and creamery in Sedro Woolley and in their free time, enjoy hiking and biking the PNW.

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Seamus Trueb


Born and raised in Bellingham,
Seamus Trueb joined Landmark in the summer of 2020 and while working as a carpenter, received 
a Mechanical Design Degree at Bellingham Technical College. 

Nowadays, Seamus is happy to be a part of our experienced Design team and is excited for his future with Landmark. In his free time Seamus can be found skiing at Mt. Baker and the surrounding area.

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Sarah Goodin

Business Operations

Sarah came to Landmark in 2022 with operations experience from manufacturing and non-profit sectors. Sarah loves to find ways to create efficiencies in Landmark's operations with the help of data analysis, lean business practices and generally working to make sure everyone is happy. 
When not humming a tune at her desk, Sarah can be found playing outdoors with her family.

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Marika Van de Kamp

Graphic Designer

Marika is our graphic designer and she keeps our website up to date. She graduated from Portland State University in 2019 and since then has been traveling the world while doing freelance graphic design work. In her free time she loves to draw, go hiking, and eat Thai food.

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Steve Sorensen

Estimator/Project Manager

Beloved estimator, Steve Sorenson, has earned degrees in Horticultural Desing and Construction Management from Edmonds Community college and previously owned his own company before transitioning to becoming Estimator and Project Manager for Landmark. For fun, he spends time with his wife, celebrated scientist Tasha, their two boys and all their many close friends and family.

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Lincoln Skrypeck

Construction Site Supervisor

Lincoln has been working in construction for over 25 years and managing jobs over 15 years. He specializes in high end remodels and in making customers happy. Outside of work he enjoys live music, spending time in the mountains hiking, climbing, biking, skiing and spending time with his family and their cat, Elliott. 

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Bryce Willson

Cabinet Shop Manager

Originally from San Diego, Bryce lived in Alaska, working as a marine diesel mechanic for several years before arriving in Bellingham. Wanting to pursue a career in the building industries, Bryce spent years as a structural steel welder before transitioning to carpentry. Bryce brings creativity and quality to his work, building our custom cabinets and managing the shop.
In his free time, you can find Bryce homesteading, picking berries, hiking with his family, playing music, or free diving along the Chuckanut. 


Benjamin "Vincent" Vincent

Journeyman Carpenter

Vincent began carpentry in 2005 with a degree from Building Construction Technology at Bellingham Technical College. Since then, he’s been focused on complex, high end home remodels in the Seattle metropolitan area. Now back home in Bellingham, Vincent is notorious at Landmark for his inexhaustible work ethic, beautiful finish work and his love of the natural sciences. 


Stefany Ness

Carpenter Apprentice

Stefany began working with Landmark as an enthusiastic laborer whose aptitude and talent quickly helped her advance to a carpenter’s apprentice position. A passion for building and bringing beauty to our neighborhoods has inspired Stefany to learn residential carpentry.  In the future she hopes to help build many homes and additions for Bellingham!  Outside of work, Stefany loves gardening and hiking.

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