My main project is Urban Folk Quartet. We've recorded seven albums and toured the world for more than a decade. As a cajón specialist, I appeared in 2006’s documentary “Los Caminos del Cajón” and created two series of “Creative Approaches to Contemporary Cajón” for iDrum magazine.
I love recording and have contributed to about fifty albums as a musician and/or designer and I've done a bit of film and telly.
I like doing gigs best though.
I have a first class degree in jazz drum kit but I'm a rock kid and hand drummer at heart. I'm also drawn to ten pin bowling, swing dancing, and camper van trips, so seem to be living the dreams of a 1950s American teenager in the 21st century.
I lecture at The University of Chester. I have delivered masterclasses at a few Conservatoires and workshops at places that prefer less grandiose terminology.
If you'd like to know a bit more about my life in music and approach to education, you might want to check out this feature with Percworks.