I began organ studies at the age of 11 when I was the organ scholar at St. Michael’s Church in Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire. During this time up until the age of 16, I won the under 16’s keyboard category at the Rotary Club Young Musician of the Year competition and I received organ lessons from Anne Marsden Thomas, Rosemary Field and Anne Elise Smoot all at the St. Giles Organ Conservertoire, London. At the age of 16, I gained a coveted place to study at Chetham’s School of Music, Manchester where I held the organ scholarship at Manchester Cathedral under the direction of Christopher Stokes. After graduating Chetham’s, I was awarded places at the Royal Northern College of Music, Trinity College of Music and a scholarship to the Birmingham Conservertoire. I am currently studying under Henry Fairs at the Birmingham Conservertoire where I am studying for a BMus in Organ Performance. In the past I have performed in such venues as The Bridgewater Hall Manchester, The Royal Festival Hall London, The Royal Albert Hall London, St. Stephen Walbrook London, St. Chad’s Cathedral Birmingham and Manchester Cathedral. I am currently the Percy Whitlock Organ Scholar of Birmingham Town Hall and Birmingham Symphony Hall.