Chris St. Cyr


Chris St. Cyr is head of B&B‘s finance and sourcing as well as supplier and client relationships. He grew up in Adams, MA and learned the carpentry trade from his partner, Mitch Bresett’s father (whom B&B is now named after). Chris graduated from Williams College with a degree in Economics and worked at hedge funds for the first 8 years of his career. A fortuitous meeting in 2016 led to partnering with Jason and Mitch on a tiny house property, after which the 3 quickly began putting a team together to build the houses in North Adams, MA.

Jason Koperniak

Business Development

Jason Koperniak heads B&B‘s Business Development. He works diligently to ensure the firm’s continuous improvement and outreach. Jason’s diverse real estate background in land development has aided B&B to be at the forefront of Tiny House and Accessory Dwelling Unit zoning reform. Jason, like his business partners, grew up in Adams, MA. He went on to graduate from Bowdoin College where he studied Economics and Anthropology. Jason spent 7 years working in the financial world prior to seizing the opportunity to launch B&B with his childhood friends.

Mitch Bresett

Head of Production

Mitch Bresett is in charge of B&B’s production. He oversees 40 plus tradesmen, and ensures only the highest quality product leaves the shop. Mitch grew up in Adams, MA and learned the trade from his father, Mike Bresett, who the business is named after. Mitch went to trade school as a diesel mechanic, and his skill set ranges from helping to build armored trucks, to having built entire houses. Mitch has thousands of hours of tiny house building experience, and the ability to bring a simple hand drawn house to fruition.

Katie Jackson

Business Development

Katie Jackson joins B&B as a business and community development manager after a wide range of experience in design, woodworking, and community building, including at Tiny House Connecticut, River Valley Cohousing Village, and The Good Neighbors Project. After graduating Bennington College, Katie studied cabinetmaking at New England School of Architectural Woodworking, became head of woodworking at Camp Onaway, founded Katie Jackson Woodworks, headed up the woodshop at NESIT Hackerspace, and wrote the award-winning DIY book Hand-Built Outdoor Furniture: 20 Step-By-Step Projects Anyone Can Build, and taught woodworking to a diverse range of students. Katie has also worked as a quality assurance inspector at a medical and aerospace sensor company, as a manager at an antique shop and auction house, and as a web communications admin for many businesses and non-profit organizations.