I started riding skateboards in 2000, after playing on Tony Hawk's Pro Skater too much, unfortunately after getting a skateboard I was pretty rubbish at it and ended sitting on my skateboard and going as fast as I could. In 2004 I started Streetluge as well as still riding Buttboard and by 2008 I had raced in over 7 countries. I improved and worked on my riding year after year and in 2011 launched a Streetluge training school that offers teaching, training, stunts and equipment.
2012 I took over Dangerous Decks, after it got evicited from a squat in London, and moved it upto a barn in Worcestershire, where the deal with the landlord was if I kept the rats out I could use it for free. After taking over production I changed board construction to start using epoxies, composites and vacbagging. Over the years
After having a few years off I came back in 2017 to do a world cup tour with 5 races, finish 3rd in the IDF rankings with plans to do more racing, teaching and development in 2018.