Born 1952 in Oxford, England. After studies of linguistics came the move to Born 1952 in Oxford, England. After studies of linguistics came the move to Germany and study at the Camphill Seminar for Curative Education in Föhrenbühl, Lake Constance (diploma 1975). He lived there with his family in a house community with children and youngsters in need of special care until 2008, apart from one year in Camphill Village, Copake, NY. Amongst other activities he taught in the training college, giving main lessons and running craft workshops, for instance beekeeping, lecturing at the Camphill Seminar and producing many of Karl König's plays for the festivals. Since August 2008 he is co-responsible for the Literary Estate of König, opened the Karl König Archive office in Berlin and founded the Karl König Institute for Science Art and Social Life. He writes, lectures and gives seminars to a wide range of themes springing from his own experience and Karl König's works. Themes include social threefolding, the Fundamental Social Law, Community building, study of the human being, child development, education, youth education, bee-keeping, crafts and vocational training, Kaspar Hauser, world history, general Anthroposophy. At present he is publishing Karl König's works successively in German and English, lives in the new Camphill initiative, providing community for elders- Camphill Ghent, Chatham, New York.