He is a bass/baritone singer and a Criminal Defender
born in Brecon, Wales, and first studied law at Cambridge University before
being awarded a postgrauate scholarship at the Royal Academy of Music.
Given support by the Leverhulme Foundation, the
Countess of Munster Musical Trust and the Wolfson Foundation he went on to
become an acclaimed singer.
He has sung with numerous ensembles such as
Crickhowell Choral Society, Finzi Singers, Gwent Chamber Orchestra, The
Guernsey Choral and Orchestral Society, The Holst Singers, Oxford Camerata
and the Oxford Schola Cantorum, performed in productions such as the Passions
and Magnificat in D Major by J.S. Bach and taken on the roles of
characters such as Charon, Leporello, and Theseus.
He has appeared on many recordings that include Mainly
19th Century by Brecon Cathedral Choir, Howells: Choral
Works with the Finzi Singers, Faure: Requiem with the Oxford
Camerata, J.S. Bach – Favourite Cantatas with the Oxford Schola
Cantorum and The Very Best of Bach.
In 2000 he was called to take up a position as a
criminal lawyer after being called to the Bar and has since worked on many
defence and disciplinary cases.
Recognised for his achievements in music he has been
awarded the Queen’s Commendation for Excellence and the Silver Medal
of the Worshipful Company of Musicians.