Posted on 18/10/2018
Nat has been with Rayner for almost 15 years. He joined the company as a Product/Process Engineer shortly after obtaining a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Sussex, eventually progressing to lead the R&D department and finally to take on his current role as Director of Research & Development in 2013. During his time at Rayner Nat has led, and been involved in, many projects; from the development of new products and manufacturing processes to the creation of company-wide project management and innovation programs
His current activities are focussed on building Rayner’s reputation as a market leader in innovative premium intraocular lenses and delivery systems
Outside of work, Nat has recently become a Dad for the second time so his main extracurricular activities typically revolve around Lego, sandpits and learning to ride a scooter!