In 2015 Pete Cater formed The Ministry of Jazz, a septet performing an eclectic programme, for whom I play trombone and have written most of the arrangements.
I was invited to appear as a soloist at the 2012, 2013 & 2014 Norwich Jazz Parties, and 2013 featured a set of my nonet arrangements.
In 2012 Matthias Seuffert and Alyn Shipton formed the Buck Clayton Legacy Band, of which I'm a member and have contributed to their library.
In 2011 I became a member of the Pasadena Roof Orchestra and continue to tour with and write for the orchestra.
In 2009 Ian Bateman and I formed the five trombone band The Bone Supremacy which features Mark Nightingale and often Winston Rollins.
Other notable musicians/bands I have performed with include Alan Barnes, Acker Bilk, Ray Gelato, the Frank Griffith Nonet, Keith Nichols, Karen Sharp and the Don Weller Electric Octet.
I'm a member of Back to Basie and the big bands of Frank Griffith, Gareth Lockrane and Don Weller.
In 2012 Robert Fowler formed a recreation of the Gerry Mulligan Concert Jazz Band. In addition to being one of the trombonists, I was heavily involved in transcribing/preparing the music for this project.
In 2008 I toured with Michael Feinstein's UK band.
Throughout the Autumn of 2006 I toured with the Tony Hadley Big Band.
In 2005 I toured Spain and France with Pete Long's Gillespiana and Lew Soloff.
Other notable musicians/bands I have performed with include Michael Garrick, the Johnny Keating Orchestra, Stan Tracey and the London Jazz Orchestra.
In 2010 I was trombonist with, and assistant MD to Elio Pace on BBC Radio 2's Weekend Wogan.
My credits as a session musician include Albert Lee, Shakin' Stevens, Katrina Leskanich and Incognito.
I've depped on various shows including Crazy For You, Five Guys Named Moe and The Rat Pack.
I have a home studio and am able to record trombone for projects remotely.
I use an Earl Williams Model Six which dates from the early 1980s and my mouthpiece is a Warburton 10M top with a T5* shank.