About Us

The year was 1999 when our first Tumbleweed was mounted on a trailer. The RV was named Tumbleweed because it had roots and was mobile at the same time. And in that moment, the seeds for an RV revolution were planted.



Workshop Presenters and Hosts

Experienced and talented Tiny House RV builders and owners teach you in our “Dream Big. Live Tiny.” workshops how to join the Tiny House RV movement and get started building your perfect RV to fit your needs.

  • Ella Jenkins

    Ella and her dad came to the Los Angeles workshop and built her Cypress together.

    HER STORY

  • Art Cormier

    Art used SIPs and reclaimed wood to build his Elm before making the Construction DVD.
    HIS STORY

  • Meg Stephens

    Meg designed the Linden model for Tumbleweed and is now building her very own tiny home.
    HER STORY

  • Brittany Yunker

    Brittany attended the Olympia workshop before building her custom Cypress.

    HER STORY

  • Guillaume Dutilh

    Guillaume attended the Seattle and the Los Angeles workshops before building a custom Cypress-20 on a Tumbleweed trailer with his partner Jenna. Now they are now traveling all over North America with their tiny abode. Guillaume is originally from the south of France and enjoys photography and travel.
    HIS STORY

  • Jenna Spesard

    Jenna attended the Los Angeles workshop with her partner, Guillaume. Together they built a custom Cypress-20 on a Tumbleweed trailer, and they are now traveling all over North America with their tiny abode. Jenna enjoys exploring nature, trying new things, hiking with her dog, and writing about travel and minimal living.
    HER STORY

  • Matt Nelson

    Matt Nelson along with his wife, Michelle, and cat, Tahoe, view the world each day from the comfort of their small home on wheels, a completely renovated vintage Airstream travel trailer. At the Tumbleweed workshops, Matt enjoys tackling technical building and design questions, as well as sharing downsizing and travel tips.
    HIS STORY

  • Eddie Lanzo

    Eddie has a real estate background and attended his first workshop in 2010. With the generous help of family and friends, he began building a modified Cypress 18 with no previous construction experience. His tiny house is a manifestation of his desire to learn how to build and live intentionally.
    HIS STORY

  • Miranda Aisling

    Miranda came to the tiny house world from the art world after attending the Boston workshop. She is in the process of building a tiny house that will showcase local makers by filling it with handmade goods. As a painter, author, and musician, Miranda is excited to turn her tiny house into her next art project.
    HER STORY



Sales and Support Staff

Have questions about your order? Need to know what steps to take to own a Tiny House RV? Our sales and support staff are here to help you get the most out of your RV experience. Have a question? Send us an email at .

  • Ross Beck

    Ross Beck drafted his first tiny houses as a high school freshman and 30 years later lived part-time in a Tumbleweed. At Tumbleweed, Ross is in charge of everything from taking media requests, to answering customers’ questions about building a tiny house.

  • Holly Ortega

    Holly Ortega is the event and logistics coordinator for Tumbleweed and has grown up in tiny houses her whole life. “Living life with less, strangely enough, can be so fulfilling.” Holly lives in a 662 square foot bungalow in Santa Rosa with her husband Christopher and her dog Lucy Lu.

  • Amy Kitay

    Amy Kitay is thrilled to be the Design Specialist and has a background in Human Ecology as well as real estate and home remodeling sales. Amy loves selling Ready-mades and Barn Raisers, and is owned by her two dogs: Esther, a Flat-Coated Retriever, and Frankie, a Jack Russell.

  • Cassie O’Mara

    A minimalist by nature, Cassie loves the beauty, simplicity and ingenuity of tiny houses and feels lucky to be able to share that passion in her job as Customer Service Coordinator. Cassie is also passionate about her husband, two kids, sweet dog, big garden, old truck, and living in Sonoma County.



    Office Staff

    These are the people that work quietly in the background, making sure that the company works as efficiently and smoothly as possible.

    • Steve Weissmann

      In 2006 he discovered Tumbleweed and soon bought into the little start-up, becoming its 2nd employee and president in early 2007. He graduated cum laude from UCSD with a degree in Quantitative Econ & Decision Science. He resides in Sonoma with his wife and two kids.

    • Mike Nelson

      Mike is our web developer and IT administrator. He enjoys the challenge of addressing business and marketing needs through the website and exploring other technologies to streamline operations. In his spare time, Mike likes to indulge his passion for brewing (and tasting!) beer.

    • David Hunt

      David is the graphic designer and visual storyteller at Tumbleweed. Striving to create beautiful works while tackling complex concepts, his focus is on finding the best and simplest solution for any design dilemma. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Design from CSUS.

    • Chris Johnson

      Chris is a native of Colorado. He has been designing in the construction industry for a little over 10+ years. Recently married, and enjoys 4 wheeling.



    Tumbleweed Builders

    These are the craftsmen who build Tumbleweed Trailers, Barn Raisers and Ready-mades. Built and made in the USA, Tumbleweed products are known worldwide for their craftsmanship due to the care and hard work of these men.

    • Dylan McGehee

      Dylan is originally from Missouri. He has been in the construction industry for 20 years. He has an eye for details and he works on the interior finishes of the tiny homes.

    • Michael Cassano

      You’ll hear a thick New York accent from Mike! He is from Long Island, NY. He has been in the construction industry for 25+ years. He specializes in the HVAC, Electrical, & Plumbing parts of the tiny homes. In his spare time he enjoys restoring classic cars.

    • Anthony Cassano

      Anthony is Michael’s son and is his right hand man. He works on the electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems of the tiny homes.

    • Austin Baker

      Austin is the newest member of the team. He if originally from Texas and has 13 years of construction experience. He works on the framing, siding, & roof of the tiny homes. He and his wife and son enjoy camping, and the Colorado mountains.

    • Stephen Schloesser

      I am a Colorado native. Have been working in manufacturing for 20 years and I am very excited to be a part of the Tumbleweed group! Some of my favorite leisure time activities include hiking and camping with my kids and I've been fortunate to have been able to visit 42 of our states so far. Proud father of two boys and enjoy being a part of who they are! Also a big Broncos fan, go Broncos!!!





    Tumbleweed Locations

    Tumbleweed Showroom
    Colorado Springs, CO

    Address
    1450 Valley Street
    Colorado Springs, CO 80915
    (877) 331-8469 ext. 2
    Directions

    Walk-in Tour Hours
    Monday to Saturday
    11:00 am - 6:00 pm

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    Vacation Rental
    Olympia, WA

    The Bayside Bungalow is a tiny house available for rent, located on the shore of the Puget Sound in Olympia, WA. There is a simple joy inherent in tiny abodes, and I am now setting out to share the joy of tiny house living with people like you. Please take a look and let me know if you would like to try a tiny house on for size!

    Location
    Olympia, WA



    Vacation Rental
    Glen Ellen, CA

    Experience the tiny house lifestyle in a solidly built handcrafted Tumbleweed Linden model Tiny House in the midst of an old growth forest high up in the Mayacamas Mountains. World class wineries, restaurants, hiking trails, gardens & cycling are just 10 minutes away.

    Location
    Glen Ellen, CA



    Tumbleweed Office
    Sonoma, CA

    The year was 1999 when our first Tumbleweed was mounted on a trailer. The RV was named Tumbleweed because it had roots and was mobile at the same time. And in that moment, the seeds for an RV revolution were planted.

    Address
    15 West MacArthur Street
    Sonoma, CA 95476
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