About Me
At work finishing a box
I originally trained and qualified as an astrophysicist, and I am sure that my success as a craftsman and cabinet-maker is due, at least in part, to the intellectual rigor and discipline of this training.

Over the last twenty years, working from my studio workshop in the heart of the Kent countryside, I’ve established a reputation as a maker of fine furniture with commissions from many private clients as well as companies and institutions such as David Linley & Co. and the Archbishop of Canterbury.

I’ve shown my work across the UK in exhibitions including The Celebration of Craftsmanship and Design and Art in Action and I am a regular contributor to the annual exhibition of the Society of Designer Craftsmen.

Recently, I have been increasingly drawn to making smaller pieces and I am now focussing on handcrafted boxes and other exquisite artefacts. My unique contemporary pieces combine my skills as a designer and maker of bespoke furniture with my passion for detail and complexity.

Working to commission, I uses rare and beautiful veneers and innovative inlay techniques to create highly individual pieces which may easily be personalised as unique gifts.

Ripple Sycamore, Masur Birch and American Burr Walnut - my personal favourite - often feature in these beautifully crafted objects. My style is constantly evolving and I am always looking for new inspiration.

In addition to commissions, I makes jewellery boxes, cufflinks boxes, watch boxes and other interesting vessels that I sells in galleries throughout the UK. I also have completed pieces available for sale directly, and these are shown, with prices, in the gallery pages.

To discuss a commission or if you would like to purchase any of the pieces still available, please click here.