Only 3 years ago Chris was doing his day job. The first time Chris picked up a chisel, was when he enrolled a two year wood working course, he said that it just felt right.
Chris' parents, who used to paint scenes on lace bobbins were both artists. He still exhibits with his father.
Chris thinks that being able to draw has helped. He loves the naturalness of wood and is not interested in changing its character.
He uses English hard wood, usually Ash, Beech Walnut and Elm.
The results are here to be admired. Always being fascinated by wood has led him to where he is now. His unusual take by adding resin makes these pieces special and very unique.