1965 – Born on the 4th of August in Wimbledon, London.
1990 – He was a member of the Conservative Party.
2003 – He was a Chairman of DeHavilland Information Services plc, a news and information
– He was a regional finalist in the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the year awards.
– He was Governor of the Museum of London, a trustee of the Museum in Docklands and
a director of Policy Exchange, a centre-right policy body.
– He was selected as candidate for Windsor on the month of October .
2005 – He was elected at the general election, succeeding Michael Trend, who was forced to stand down.
– He has been a member of the Select Committee on Science and Technology.