I've worked for 29 years in the Lincolnshire Wolds, in the building I converted from the derelict village forge. I follow a craft tradition of hand-made furniture and joinery, including restoration, repair and conservation. I produce good quality work, using locally sourced wood wherever possible.
Each piece of work is unique, a result of the process of personal consultation with my customers, developing their ideas and offering my own. I am happy to work from detailed plans, rough sketches, photographs or just vague descriptions, so that together we arrive at what you have in mind.
Over the years I have worked for a wide range of people: private customers, conservationists, architects, churches, schools, interior decorators and builders (I am recommended by the conservation department of the local council for work on listed buildings).
Examples of my furniture include: settles, cradles, beds, desks, tables, dressers, libraries, kitchens, cabinets, cupboards and chests. My joinery work includes plain and ornamental gates, doors, panelling, fire surrounds (chimney pieces) and windows of all kinds, such as boxed sash and yorkshire sliding sash. See photographs and testimonials.