Following in his father's footsteps, Philip is a second generation restorer & furniture maker with experience in all aspects of restoration, conservation & cabinet making.
Philip is privileged to have worked on pieces included in important private collections situated across the UK, Europe and North America. His restoration work has regularly featured in prestigious fairs such as Masterpiece, Maastricht, BADA and, more recently, in museums; such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, NY.
Throughout his career Philip has regularly carried out work on pieces for clients of international auction houses such as Sothebys, Christie's and Bonhams.
Philip moved to Guernsey with his fiancée in 2019 and set up shop in St. Saviour. The workshop has a rich history, having been in the family for over a hundred years.
Originally built in1918 as one of several barracks housing the men of the Royal Guernsey Light Infantry, it has since served many other uses including; a packing shed for tomatoes grown in the commercial greenhouses formally situated in a field which forms part of the property and as a workshop for the maintenance of agricultural equipment used on the farm.
With it's high ceilings, abundance of natural light and charming original features the shed makes a perfect fit for the workshop it has become today.