Michael started his career in Client Accounting joining Lowther Scott-Harden back in March 1988 at their office in the village of Croft-on-Tees just outside Darlington. The office was in the original school for Croft which was set up by the Reverend Charles Dodgson who also taught there. He was the Archdeacon for Richmond and was Lewis Carroll’s father who went on to write Alice in Wonderland later in life.
Michael continues to look after the accounting affairs of clients from when he started all those years ago with Lowther Scott-Harden as well as many new clients in the intervening years. With over 30 years’ experience in Client Accounting, Michael brings a wealth of knowledge to the Commercial, Rural and Residential sectors. Away from the office, Michael enjoys running and is a coach at his local running club, Quakers Running Club. Having completed two Marathons, Michael hopes to run more in the future.