Geoffrey Constable

Why Sugar Scuttles? At one level, these are jolly artefacts, to be enjoyed as such. At another, they show how volume manufacture need not inhibit variety. At a third, they illustrate how almost any product has a lifetime and how innovation often contains the seeds of its own demise.
Geoffrey qualified as an electrical fitter in the RAF, before reading Natural Sciences and Physics at Cambridge. A graduate apprenticeship followed and deep involvement in fields as diverse as Automatic Landing for Aircraft, Ultrasonic Scanning and the invention and development of Automatic Teller Machines (ATM)
Whilst employed as a civil servant at the Design Council, Geoffrey took early retirement and established an international consultancy. He has served as the Chairman of a Limited Company, qualified as a plumber and, self-built a house