I’m delighted to share this short film documenting the creation of my latest stained glass window. It was made to celebrate the life and family of good friends of mine and was a joy and privilege to be involved with. It was inspired, in part, by the bold and colourful style of Jacobean and crewel embroidery in conjunction with the imagery and idea of the garden. It was made using combinations of sandblasted, painted, enamelled and stained glass to create a rich and varied palette of light and colour. I asked… Read more A New Film- Colour and Light →
I’m doing research and development for new work and as happy as a pig in muck drawing at the British Museum this weekend – I spent most of my time… Read more Drawing at the British Museum →
Last weekend saw me travel to Oxfordshire to help launch Project Resound, an exciting new glass scheme for the Church of St Michael and All Angels, Blewbury. The project has been… Read more New Project Launch! →
Steve and Wynn’s Window …… Made for a house in Cumbria, this bold and beautiful window based on crewel embroidery, the garden and the Celebration of Life was installed at the end of April, much to the delight of myself and the client. A full write-up including a short film will soon be available to see.
I’ve not blogged for ages,…if I’m honest it’s because I’ve been having a dalliance with Facebook and the wondrous Instagram with regards to work photos …..and they are very good… Read more Back to the blog…and putting a tree on the tube →
I’ve been involved in a lot of work recently project managing and making a new architectural glass commission, the Glass Beacon, for the home of the glass course in Alexandra Road, Swansea… Read more The Glass Beacon →
To the Newbury Weekly News for not going for the old chestnut, ‘a glass act’ but instead opting for the stunning ‘Tree-mendous Window’. Puntastic!