Starting with voice-overs for Norwich University of the Arts’ Animation Course then refining his skills through working as an improvising medical role player for doctors, medical staff and students (over 350 to date) he eventually found his way onto stage in 2008 at the Maddermarket in Norwich. He has had an interesting range of work since then in films (Henry Appleby – Glorious 39, Raymond Wilkes - Tick Tock, Eccentric Man - Thrown) voice–over ( London Railways of the 1960s, Palm Paper corporate DVD, various computer games) online (The Dean - Tempting Fates) and the theatre.
HIFAR went critical at 11:15 pm local time on 26 January 1958,  and was first run at full power of 10 megawatts (13,000 hp) (thermal) in 1960. The initial fuel was highly enriched uranium, but over the years the enrichment level of new fuel was steadily reduced, in line with international trends designed to reduce the danger of diversion of research reactor fuel for weapons programs. HIFAR completed conversion to low enriched uranium fuel (LEU) in 2006. Of the six DIDO class reactors built including DIDO itself, HIFAR was the last to cease operation. Permanent decommissioning of HIFAR commenced on 30 January 2007  and is expected to be completed by 2025.