My Hockey career and background is untraditional to many of my peers. Starting, in the UK, from the age of 3 I have over 20 years of experience in the sport of Hockey.
Through my playing and coaching career I have a simple approach to the game and development of hockey. By going upstream to the problem and see what is causing us to move in a certain way on the ice. Then through breaking down the movement patterns I work with athletes to address the areas of weakness. My approach allows athletes of all abilities to reach their goals on and off the ice. By incorporating a tailored phased approach I am able to provide instruction to both Junior and Senior athlete's and work on the mechanics throughout all sessions.
My playing career reached the pinnacle when I played on the Great Britain national side in 2017 in Kazakhstan at the World Winter games - playing against Canada, Slovakia, Korea and USA.
My professional playing career extends too: Oxford City Stars, Streatham Redskins, Invicta Dynamos, London Racers, Milton Keynes Thunder, Wightlink Raiders and Bracknell Hornets.
Now, living in New York, I continued my hockey through coaching starting with the New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils youth programs as well as being an assistant skill development coach to Sean Skinner. I have also worked with Central Park Hockey, Imperial College, Ice Hockey in Harlem and Hudson Valley Polar Bears. Currently coaching and working with the New York City Skyliners organization.