Jamie graduated in 1997 from Buckinghamshire
University in High Wycombe with a BA (Hons) in
Furniture Restoration and Craftsmanship.
Jamie trained in cabinet making, french polishing,
traditional upholstery, conservation and restoration
techniques and associated skills.
He has since worked extensively with other established
professionals, gaining valuable experience typically
sought from apprenticeships. Working on a large range
of items, from humble family pieces of purely
sentimental value, to very fine pieces by some of the
finest historic makers.
Clients have included dealers, collectors,
institutions and the general public. Such broad
experience develops an understanding of an appropriate
balance between conservation and restoration in
whatever context a valued item finds itself.
Jamie currently receives trust and respect based on
high standards, qualifications and longstanding
He has continued to add to his skills and knowledge in
and around the subject, in addition to recently
gaining a distinction in BSc(Hons)Environmental
Science although with no imminent plans to change