Tyson Leavitt, CEO, Craftsman & Builder
Tyson Leavitt owned three landscape-related businesses for ten years before he decided life just wasn’t whimsical enough. So he founded Charmed Playhouses and has loved building play structures to suit the imaginations of his most fun clients, kids! Tyson won’t shy away from any challenge and he strives to make each project as breathtaking for parents as it is for their kids. The only downside for him is saying goodbye to the build when it’s completed. But that’s okay, he knows it’s going to a good home and he can’t wait to get started on the next project!
Audrey (Audy) Leavitt is in charge of interior design for Charmed Playhouses. She loves finding miniature treasures that are magical enough for kids but pretty enough for parents. She also has a love/hate relationship with choosing paint colors. Before Audy jumped into the playhouse industry she had fun being a registered nurse, fitness instructor, and then a stay-at-home mom to the three best playhouse testers around.
Derral Zaugg, Craftsman & Builder
Derral Zaugg, affectionately known as “Uncle Derral”, has a key role with the team at Charmed Playhouses, bringing his own expertise by breathing life into the magical creations. An international craftsman of cabinetry and design for over 28 years. Derral has been in demand for his creative superior quality of workmanship. No matter how small or grand the project, Derral’s passion is to see joy light up the faces of his clients at any age. You dream it we can build it!
Jeremy Gook, Lead Assistant
Jeremy Gook owned and operated several construction businesses for fifteen years, prior to joining the Charmed Playhouses team. His experience includes framing, siding and roofing, general contracting, landscaping, and more. Jeremy’s love for creating and building began in childhood. He built his first crooked playhouse as a young boy and although “grown up” now, he feels the same excitement with every Charmed project. He adores his four children, and they love having a dad who will always have a bit of kid inside.