After leaving school at 16 Tim trained as a journeyman apprentice cabinetmaker
at Gordon Russell's in Broadway. During his apprenticeship
Tim specialised in restoration, working in several workshops across the
In 1979 Tim set up his own restoration and cabinetmaking business at White
House Farm, Warwickshire,specialising in furniture making, conservation
and interiors. During the 1980's Tim restored and reproduced
fine 17th & 18th century furniture for a growing list of clients.
He soon became know for his buhl and ivory work, gilding, carving and
fine painting. Over thirty years of dedicated work have resulted in a
vast knowledge of the design, construction and history of furniture leading
to a profound understanding of the base material, movement, veneers and
working with solid timber.
This experience has put Tim in good stead
to undertake any scale of project ranging from classical panelled rooms,
bookcases through to large walnut dining room furniture.