About Me

 

I live in the village of New Buckenham in South Norfolk with my Wife and youngest daughter, who attends a local school. Our two older children have graduated from university and now live away from home.

Much of my working life has been spent in Norfolk and Suffolk, so I know this area particularly well. My initial training was in Furniture Design, which led me to set up in business as a designer and manufacturer of purpose made furniture and fine joinery. I have produced a wide range of pieces to suit the needs of clients, and have also carried out large scale restoration and replacement projects, most notably working in Bath on the historic early Georgian buildings which surround the Roman Baths complex.

From the late 1990s onwards, I started to take on commissions for architectural and interior designs. I won the South Norfolk Council Design Award Competition in 2004, and in 2009 my work gained further recognition with two more design awards given, one from the Campaign to Protect Rural England, (C.P.R.E.), the other from South Norfolk Council.