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Jim is a multi-award-winning designer. His patented cat-food bowl won BBC’s Tomorrow’s World's Best Inventions pilot. His Blindspot series is Design Parade selected (2007). In 2008, he won an RSA Design Directions award and in 2012 the Faces of Design award. He won the prestigious 2012 Reddot for the 13° 60° 104° Wine Decanter and the Enterprise Europe Network Award 2014 for the Gauge vase, which also won the German Design Award for Excellent Product Design.

Trained as a model-maker in the film and television industry (working on The Muppet Treasure Island, Band of Brothers, Tomb Raider and Victoria & Albert), Jim went on to complete a Master’s degree in Industrial Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design.

In 2016, Jim curated the very first Dyslexic Design exhibition, which was designed by Ab Rogers and hosted by designjunction. The show challenged perceptions of dyslexia by accentuating its positive effects and its close association with design. Dyslexic Design is a Silver Winner in the London Design Awards; category: Pop-Ups, Display, Exhibit & Set Design. It was also nominated for the iF Social Impact Prize 2017 for Health & Demographic Change. Jim says, 'I believe that my ability to design the way I do is a result of my dyslexia'. Many now consider Jim's work to be a symbol of the gifts that dyslexia can bring.

Working from his studio in London, Jim is passionate to explore the physicality of materials to create original and visually beautiful, refined concepts.