• OND Jewellery Design 1988
• BA First class honours in Three Dimensional Design (silver/metal) 1991
• OND Jewellery Design 1989
• HND Jewellery Design 1991
• City and Guilds Teaching Certificate 1993
1991 - Working from the Mill at Hardwick, making limited edition collections for shops and galleries selling exclusively to the trade.
Work bought by celebrities through the Outlaws Club gallery in London and pieces featured in Design magazine, the Telegraph, on the Wogan show and the Big Breakfast.
1995 - Established We Three Kings as a jewellery and craft gallery, stocking a selection of fine, quality work from British artists and were selected for inclusion in the Craft Council gallery guide.
Commissions include a chalice for St Mary's church Dalmahoy in Scotland, a presentation plaque for HRH Princess Anne and bespoke work for local and international clients.
2007 - Gallery refurbished to concentrate exclusively on jewellery.
2007 - The gallery and their home were badly damaged by the July floods and a mammoth programme of restoration work followed. We Three Kings continued to provide their jewellery service from the workshop at the rear of their premises.
2008 - We Three Kings now specialising in bespoke jewellery was reopened by David Cameron MP and the Town Mayor, Alvin Adams. It was a well-attended event with many local customers and friends including colleagues of Bill's from the Fire Service where he also serves as an on call fire-fighter for Witney fire station.
2009 - Featured on Songs of Praise recounting the journey, from the flooding of their property, rebuilding the business to the much anticipated reopening.
Present day - The gallery continues to excel in creating jewellery commissions for local and international clients, producing valued pieces for a wide range of special occasions.