Originally from London but raised in Brighton, Jack began playing drums at aged 15, progressing quickly because of his love of all music genres and thanks to the guidance of his first tutor, Dil Davies, recommending him for gigs and introducing him to other musicians.
Initially filling in on drums for his high school Teachers Band, he was offered the role as a permanent member and performed in school concerts and charity fundraisers.
During his A Levels he performed in the college big band and blues band, becoming the first port of call for ensembles and bands in need of drums or percussion at concert evenings. It was at this point he also started making an impression on the local scene, successfully balancing his studies with several bands.
During his studies at Reading University, Jack performed with both the University big band as well as the Gospel Choir. After being spotted by local Gospel artist Raphael Obrik, Jack began playing regularly on the local gospel scene until Graduation in 2009 with a 1st Class Degree and moving to London.
Eager to continue his learning in music and develop his network of contacts, Jack auditioned for the London College of Creative Media's one year Music Performance Course, where he studied under the guidance of industry professional tutors and became a member of the colleges drum corps, the LCCM Beefeaters Drumline, specialising in Snare and Bass Drum.
In 2011, he began learning the art of Japanese Taiko drumming with Greenwich based group, Taiko Meantime. Having passed the initial audition, he completed his six month apprenticeship programme in June 2011 and became a full time member of the band, who have performed at Wembley Stadium as part of the FA cup final opening ceremonies as well as Glastonbury Festival and the London 2012 Olympics. They have also been featured on the BBC's 'How Rhythm Works' as well as Sky Arts. Jack become a workshop leader for Rhytmworks, the educational branch for the band, teaching in schools and corporate team building workshops.
In early 2013 Jack began teaching the Level 1 Drums Beginners Course at LCCM, and afterwards due to popular demand, also began running a Level 2 course for intermediate performers.
In May 13, having been a dedicated member of the college drumline as a student Jack was asked to perform as an alumni at Wembley (for a second time) with the LCCM Beefeaters Drumline for the UEFA Champions League Final, which in turn led to a residency for the London Cabaret Show for 2014.
As well as recording for the BBC, he has shared the stage with Eliza Doolittle, Fun Lovin' Criminals and Submotion Orchestra among others.
In 2015 and 2016 he toured the production of 'Dojoji' with Taiko Meantime in collaboration with legenedary Japenese dancer and drummer, Chieko Kojima of the Kodo drummers, and renowned flautist Clive Bell (Jah Wobble).
2016 also saw him feature on Estonian National TV as well as supporting Haelos on the UK tour with trip hop outfit, Thinkpiece.
He continues to teach in London and perform with several original projects, ranging from jazz to alternative pop.