In 2004 I was awarded the highest honour the profession has to offer and became a Fellow of The Society of Homeopaths.
I have two sons and live in Damerham with my beautiful wife.
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 on my rather large allotment.
My rather long garden is set to permaculture; well you have to save time somewhere!
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.