Stephen Hutchins began his career in the stone industry in 2004 at the age of eighteen, working for a masonry company in his native New Hampshire where he learned to lay stone for various applications. He started working as an architectural carver in 2013 and soon after began creating artwork.
In 2016, Stephen started Hutchins Stoneworks with the vision to incorporate stone masonry, architectural carving, conservation, and sculpture into one company. Since then, he has completed architectural carvings for St. Cecilia Academy, Ensworth School, and Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage. In 2019, he was commissioned to carve a large scale free-form public art piece for an office building in Green Hills. He has worked to maintain and restore Warner Parks and several cemeteries across middle Tennessee, including Nashville City Cemetery and Franklin City Cemetery.