Began as a jeweler in 1971, was a shop assistant for jewelry and blacksmithing at Peters Valley Craft Center for 2 Summers, 1975 and 1976. Assisted instructors Frank Turley, Francis Whitaker and others. Attended almost every ABANA conference since the 1976 Carbondale IL event. Have been organizing the twice yearly meetings of the Northeast Blacksmiths Assoc. since 1981 and have been VP and then President of the NBA since the late 1980’s. Taught at many craft schools on the East Coast as well as demonstrated for the New Jersey, Mid-Atlantic, New England, Northern Rockies Blacksmiths, Upper Midwest Blacksmith Associations, to name a few. Teaching ongoing classes at Canal Forge in NY.

The ironwork Mr. Nedbor produces is in use on numerous historic buildings (and two ships) many of which are on the National Register of Historic Places. Following is a partial list of these sites:

· Baird Tavern, Warwick, NY
· Bertolet Sawmill, Reading, PA
· Christ Church, Tarrytown, NY
· Claremont, Germantown, NY
· Cooper Mill, Chester, NJ
· Cornelius Wynkoop House, Stone Ridge, NY
· Corwith Mill "The Windmill at Watermill", Watermill, NY
· Elmendorph Inn, circa 1760, Red Hook, NY
· Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn, NY
· Graeme Park "Keith House", 1723, Horsham, PA
· Great Camps Sagamore and Uncas, Raquette Lake, NY
· John Jay Homestead, Katonah, NY
· Locust Lawn, Terwilliger House, Abraham Hasbrouck House, Jean
· Hasbouck House, Huguenot Historical Society, New Paltz, NY
· Montgomery Place, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
· Old School Baptist Meeting House, Warwick, NY
· Philipse Manor Hall, Yonkers, NY
· Pieter Winne House, 1720, Bethlehem, NY
· The Sloop Ernestina, 1892, New Bedford, MA
· The Sloop Clearwater, Saugerties, NY
· Trinity Baptist Church, NY, NY
· Van Cortlandt Manor, Tarrytown, NY