From his workshop deep in the Somerset countryside, Stuart works on a diverse range of projects, making use of experience and knowledge gained from more than a quarter of a century of professionally working with wood

Projects within the last 12 months include:

- The conservation of medieval doors at the amazing St Nicholas Chapel, Kings Lynn.
- The restoration of the 18th century Tester at St Peters church, Cornworthy, Devon.
- Restoration of early 18th century panelling in a private Somerset house. Including making a new secret door over 3 metres tall.
- Work on the fabulous Carved screen at Samford Orleigh, Devon.
- A new Oak Mantelpiece.
- Restoration of Chairs, Tables, cabinets etc. etc.
- A fitted wardrobe built into an alcove.

Stuart established his business in 1999, at Tonedale Mill in Wellington, where he was based for 12 years before moving to his current premises in 2011.
In the earlier years of his career, Stuart worked for renowned ecclesiastical joinery and conservation company Herbert Read Ltd. During many years with this company, he worked on some of the country's finest buildings.
Stuart also worked for Furniture Designer / Maker Sir John Paget for a few years, a hand built kitchen company and a joinery workshop. Stuart has Btec qualifications in Furniture making and a HND in building.

The workshop near Wiveliscombe, Somerset.