Tom Wareham is an historian, writer and sailor who lives in south-east London.
He was born in Portsmouth, the son of a naval officer, but spent most of his formative years in Dorset where he picked up a love of sailing in the picturesque waters of Poole Harbour.
Whareham has a degree in English Literature and Philosophy, a Masters degree in Museum & Heritage Studies from University College, London and a PhD in History from the University of Exeter for his work on frigate commanders of the Napoleonic Wars
He is Curator of Community and Maritime History at the Museum of London Docklands, Canary Wharfand was one of the team of four curators who created the museum which opened in 2003.
AOS Naval Non Fiction
|Frigate Commander||A biography of Graham Moore who served continuously as a frigate commander between 1793 and 1804.|
|The Star Captains||Frigate Command in the Napoleonic Wars|
The author’s official web site is tomwareham.com