was born in London where he studied music from an early
age. His first stage appearance was singing in the Royal
College of Music's production of ‘Hugh the Drover' aged
After a full time Young Musicians course he attended
the London College of Music for four years and gained an
Honours degree and a Fellowship. For the past twenty years
he has had a varied career combining concert work with
teaching, lecturing and playing for weddings and
He now lives in Brighton and plays regularly
in its magnificent Royal Pavilion for civil ceremonies and
banquets. He has played live on GM TV's Lorraine Kelly
show, been ‘guest of the day' on BBC Radio and recently
performed for the Prime Minister! He greatly enjoys live
performance and bringing this unique instrument and its'
music to a wider audience.