Growing up in London I attended Sunday School and joined The Mother Church as a teenager. After graduating from Cambridge University with a degree in engineering, I initially pursued a career in music. One evening, however, while wrestling with big questions about God and man, I had an experience that shifted my perspective. I would call it a “Holy Ghost” moment, where an influx of spiritual light lifted me to a deeper understanding of God and of what it means to be spiritual. From then on I knew that the practice of Christian Science would be a major part of my life.
In 2003 I attended Primary class in London, became a branch church member, and began taking practice cases while still working as a pianist and as a mathematics tutor. In 2006 I moved south to Bournemouth, where I briefly worked as a teacher of English as a foreign language before committing full-time to the Christian Science practice, gaining my Journal listing in 2010. In 2013 I opened an office on the high street to make my practice more accessible to the public.
Since then I have served the South West of England as Committee on Publication, and my branch church duties have included serving as First Reader and Sunday School superintendent.
In 2018 I attended the Normal class and qualified as a teacher of Christian Science. I now have the joyful task of bearing witness to the Christliness of every student I teach.