I have been turning wood in my workshop in Oxford, UK for several years making a wide range of products, including bowls and platters, many with my signature multiline inlays, as well as sculptural pieces.  I make one-off pieces, both functional and artistic, and covering a wide range of prices, always with an eye to quality, design and beauty.

 

Please visit the shop galleries on this site to see examples my work or look at the list of outlets and exhibitions where it is on display.

 

Contact me to get more information about work in my galleries or to  commission a new piece.

The star piece for winter 2019 is one of my new discus art forms made from a horse chestnut tree known to have been planted in about 1710; the diameter is 34cm.  This piece can be purchased directly from me  but I plan to include it in the Oxfordshire Craft guild exhibition in Woodstock.  Click on the thumbnail for more information.

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Unsolicited testimonials are always welcome; the following just received:

"Just wanted to let you know that N absolutely loved your bowl" F 

Continuing health issues mean that I must cut back on my production and show schedule for a few months but I will be showing my work with the Oxfordshire Craft Guild at their annual Christmas Exhibition in Woodstock from mid-November to the end of December. 

 

I will be able to meet orders through my web site - but please check by email first to make sure that the site is up to date and that any item you would like to purchase is truly in stock - and I will be looking at new, quality venues for the autumn and winter.

In trying to send a wooden  gift to friends in New Zealand I have discovered that it is impossible to courier anything wooden to that country.  Sadly therefore I must advise visitors to this web site that it will not be possible to order my work from New Zealand (or Australia).

The information you supply, email and name, will be stored securely and used only to send you my quarterly Newsletter and very occasional additional information eg new exhibitions.  The data will be neither given nor sold to anyone else (see below for my GDPR procedures).