I live in the heart of Charnwood with my partner Sarah and our diabetic ginger cat, Stanley Pablo.
Between us, we have four wonderful children who have all flown the nest but do insist on coming back regularly to empty the fridge and snack drawer (crisps and chocolate hiding place) of their contents.
After restocking the fridge and snack draw, we enjoy trips to the theatre, and walking around the local area, but only with the promise of a cream tea or a pint at the end of it.
I’m just a typical bloke really, I love my Triumph motorcycle, classic cars, watching Leicester Tigers, cooking and period dramas!!
My standout skills stem from my positivity and calmness under pressure which allows me to excel at managing complex schedules and finding solutions to get the best results. It also helps me forge long-lasting relationships with suppliers and customers across UK and Europe.
UK & Europe connections/suppliers
Experience & Knowledge
I’ve worked in the industry for 37 years predominantly in Estimating and Client Services.
After attending university I worked in companies ranging from small B3 sheetfed printers to large
web-offset groups and Direct Mail companies.
My journey in the Print Industry started at Nottingham Trent University where I did an HND in Print Technology
My proudest moment working for Eight Plus was loading the first Eight Plus order onto the system. Knowing it would be the first of many and seeing every link in the chain was just as excited as Eight Days.
It’s the People that make me love my job. Working alongside a group of talented experts in their field. All working and striving to achieve the same collective goal; helping customers achieve or surpass their print goals.
The people of Eight Plus and what they each individually bring into our unique offering.
I love working within the industry, it has changed so much over the years but the characters within it make it entertaining, and wherever you go, there is always someone you know.
“The printed word may not last forever, but the imprint those thoughts leave on the mind are only perishable in demise, and never in longing.”