About The Speaker...
I obtained a degree in Law & Politics from the University of Durham, before qualifying, and practising, as a solicitor in both private practice and in industry. I work currently for a large North American bank and live in Jersey, Channel Islands. My training as a lawyer means I have a strong attention to detail and accuracy and this is reflected in the quality of the talks I deliver.
I have written articles about, and given presentations on, the Battle of Arnhem 1944 and the British Army’s involvement in the Korean War. My particular interest is post-WW2 conflicts involving the British Army. I have spoken at The Chalke Valley History Festival (www.CVHF.org.uk). I am working currently on a biography of Lt General Sir George Lea, one of the leading British post WW2 counter insurgency specialists.
About Their Talks...
I can deliver a range of talks on military history topics, both in person or online. I prefer to present with slides but am happy to talk without slides. I always like to leave time for questions and answers since that enables the audience (and me) to learn more about the subject I am speaking about.
I charge £150 for an online session of up to an hour. I charge £300 for a physical presentation of up to an hour. Any additional time over an hour is subject to negotiation on cost. If I need to travel from Jersey, I will cover my own travel expenses.