In 2004 I was awarded the highest honour the profession has to offer and became a Fellow of The Society of Homeopaths.
I have three sons and live in Damerham with my beautiful wife and little son.
I am also interested in the environment, when I have spare time I like to cycle, fly kites, walk and grow organic vegetables and fruit in our rather large garden.
My biggest passion other than Homoeopathy is playing and learning
to play the tabla.
I graduated from the College of Homoeopathy in June 1990.
In the same year I founded 'Travelling Homoeopaths Collective' (Registered Charity No 1063247). Which provides a drop in clinic and Information service at outdoor events.
In 1994 I became a Member of the College of Homoeopathy and also became a Registered member of The Society of Homeopaths.
Pre Homoeopathy I worked within the Catering Industry in management one of my jobs being at ‘Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital’.
I have presented lectures at various conferences for The Society of Homeopaths and Homeopathic Medical Association and have developed the hugely successful training day for 'Travelling Homoeopaths Collective'
During 1999 I was asked to lecture at what has become Salisbury Homoeopathic College and left in 2003 to take up freelance lecturing throughout the uk.