BORN 1970 -England. Married with 3 children. Living in Haywards Heath, West Sussex.

EDUCATION I studied Product Design at Sheffield University (graduated with a BA Hons 2:1 Degree) and studied a Masters in Product Design at UCE University,
1989-1995    Birmingham (Graduated with a Masters of Arts) where I specialised and researched how computers could aid the act of creativity in the design process.

PRACTICE   Since leaving College, I have worked for 18 years in several London Design Consultancies, including one of the best Consultancies in Europe,
1995 onwards Seymour Powell, where I worked on projects for clients such as Nokia Phones, Casio watches, Minolta Cameras and BMW.

Other Consultancies I’ve worked for are; Hollington Associates, PSD Associates, Opius, David Morgan Associates and 5 years at Indes
  Design PIP (full time-2001-2006) who specialised in Medical Design where I worked on projects for Cardinal Health (Alaris), Oxford Instruments, BOC
  Medical, Vasogen and Dualit.
 
3dmorphosis  I founded 3d morphosis in June 2007 after starting working for myself as a design consultant in August 2006 after the closure of PIP. Since then,
2007 founder I have worked on projects for; Dualit (DAB Radio and Soup Kettles), Deltex Medical, Carefusion, Verity Medical, Morgan Ceramics, SBFI, Hothouse Design,
& Director BP (Heart of Engine TV Ad), Shell, London Olympics (Olympic Clock) and E-vision.

  I have worked for Deltex Medical since November 2006 as a Design Consultant 2-3 days a week where I am responsible for the development of all their
  new products and 3d implementation through to production. I am also responsible for the production of graphic materials and Exhibition design. Most of
  my other time is taken up working for Maddison Design (Medical Design Consultants) & Verity Medical where I am responsible for the design of a range of
  new products & design & implementing new graphic & packaging throughout the company.

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