I am a luthier specialising in ukuleles. My aim is to produce distinctively-styled instruments, providing an alternative to the standard “factory” designs. Through careful choice of materials, I am able to offer all the tone, playability and build quality of a professional player’s instrument in a wide variety of woods, both traditional and unconventional.
At present I am taking commissions for ukuleles. My waiting list at the moment is just over 4 months long. From time to time I do also try to squeeze an extra build in and I currently have one of my meranti soprano ukes available for immediate sale. Details on my blog page.
This was my starting point as a semi professional luthier – as a builder of biscuit tin banjos, ukuleles, mandolins and guitars. From 1996 to 2010 I built approximately 100 such instruments.
As I’ve gained in experience, I’ve progressed into building traditional wooden instruments to the point where I am one of only a tiny handful of full-time ukulele luthiers in the UK.
A range of owners share their thoughts on my ukuleles and other instruments on the Testimonials Page.