James F. Baynton, CKD, CAPS
Jim Baynton provides part time consulting design for Artistic Kitchens & Baths. Jim has over 30 years experience as a designer. An expert in Wood-Mode/Brookhaven custom cabinetry, Jim designs and consults for AKB. Jim developed and implements the on-line cabinetry training program required of all Wood-Mode/Brookhaven designers.

Whitney H. Wilson-Botts
Whitney is a part time Designer at Artistic Kitchens & Baths. She has 10+ years experience designing kitchens, baths and living spaces and has worked with dozens of interior designers, remodelers, and architects in the triangle. Whitney is skilled in Wood-Mode/Brokhaven and various other local cabinetry products. Whitney works for North Carolina State University Department of Engineering in undergraduate advising and fund raising.

John C. Wilson
Mr. Wilson serves as President and manages the day-to-day operations of the business. His responsibilities encompass operational oversight of the business, customer relationships and vendor relationships. A retired leading Wall Street investment banker at Credit Suisse, he advised on transactions worth over $300 billion during his career. Prior to his Wall Street endeavors, Mr. Wilson spent over 23 years in industry, primarily at Hardees Food Systems, where he rose to the position of CFO and was a member of the Board of Directors. He has advised and managed other smaller companies during his 35 year career. Mr. Wilson was a founding member and president of the Triangle’s largest production-builder cabinet company where he grew revenue by 60% before leaving to start Artistic Kitchens & Baths.

Deborah B. Wilson
Mrs. Wilson is vice president and chief administrative officer. She has extensive experience in education and media development. Prior to her retirement as Professor at Sandhills Community College, she developed a web-based Social Sciences distance learning program. She also founded and was the initial president of the Companion Animal Clinic Foundation in Moore County. This successful business venture was created to facilitate low-cost spays and neuters of companion animals for people who cannot afford traditional private veterinary medicine. As part of this endeavor, Mrs. Wilson raised over $500,000 of start-up capital, organized the business, recruited and presided over the independent board of directors, and managed the strategic planning process. Mrs. Wilson has completed the Wood-Mode training program. She designs and orders all cabinetry for Artistic Kitchens & Baths.