After many years as a computer programmer the desire to create something tangible was strong, no one tells you how beautiful your code is. So I decided to change career.
I studied Fine Woodwork at the Building Crafts College in London, founded in 1893 by the Worshipful Company of Carpenters. After two years of study I received a distinction for my work and a City & Guilds Medal for Excellence. Although programming and cabinet making are very different disciplines they do share similar skills, such as a logical thought process and attention to detail.
My design ethos, minimise and modernise, results in a clean and contemporary look to my work.
2010 - City & Guilds Medal for Excellence awarded by HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace.
2010 - City & Guilds Lion Awards - The Carpenters Company Prize.
2010 - Wood Awards - Highly Commended.
2011, 2013, 2014 - Grand Designs Magazine Loves!