Nature and wood have been accompanying him as a craftsman ever since. Today, they are still a source of inspiration for new projects and serve his personal and occupational development. He still gains inspiration out of his years of travel and as an apprentice, that led him amongst others to the World Skills competition to St. Gallen (1997; bronze medal) as well as to Whitby in Northern England, where he worked at the famous workshop of David Linley (1998/99). During these two years he produced sophisticated items of furniture. He gained further inspiration during a work & holiday trip around Australia, where he met some famous producers of furniture, such as David Boucher, Mark Phillips and Anton Gerne. Back to Austria, he assumed the responsibility for a famous workshop. In 2007, he finally founded his own enterprise: the Woodfactory Moser. According to the principle of “Handcraft as future”, they endeavor to offer a holistic approach with reference to the the topic of “living”.