A Bit About Me
I qualified as a solicitor in 2011, and have worked for several large firms gaining experience in various areas of law, including wills, probate, personal injury, employment and commercial litigation, before specialising early on in family law.
Outside of the office, you will most likely find me kayaking, paddle boarding or climbing a mountain, as I am a keen outdoors sports enthusiast. I have taken part in numerous international mountaineering expeditions and several mountain marathons. I am also a Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme Expedition Supervisor and Assessor.
I have a degree in Marine Environmental Science and before becoming a solicitor I was a qualified teacher.
I am member of my local Coastguard Rescue team and have previously been part of an RNLI lifeboat crew. I served for just under 9 years the Territorial Army, and represented England Law Society at the first lawyers rugby world cup in Paris in 2007, having played high level rugby from a young age.