As well as motivational speaking, I am also involved in a number of other projects, both local and national. These range from work with both Fisher House and Help For Heroes as well as local community work and guest appearances.
If you have a project / event you would like to get in touch with me about, please do not hesitate to contact me.
In the last 20 years, almost 40,000 men and women have had to leave the Armed Forces due to injury or illness. Every day, this number grows, with an average of seven people being medically discharged every day since drawdown from Afghanistan.
Seventy percent say their transition to civilian life was a negative experience. That’s why the Help For Heroes 40,000 Strong model force was created to help show the true scale of those who have put their lives on the line for the British public.
I am very proud to have represented Great Britain on two separate occasions in the Invictus Games. I am fortunate enough to have competed out in Canada and Australia and have won a number of medals including two gold.
I have ambitions on reaching the Paralympic Games in the future and helping other veterans like myself in the future on making selection.
I am extremely proud to be an Ambassador for Fisher House.
Fisher House is a 'home away from home' for military patients and their families on the site of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham. Fisher House opened in 2013 and has since offered free accommodation for thousands of military patients and their families.
I get a great deal of pleasure from being involved with and helping out with local events. Being an Ambassador for Fisher House allows me the opportunity to get local businesses involved with all sorts of charity work and fund raising whilst helping a great cause at the same time. I also visit local schools and collages to talk about my life after injury as well as all the work I do