Front door triptych, 2020
This window was commissioned as a celebration of the landscape that surrounded the client's home. It affords privacy whilst still admitting plenty of light.
Landscape with viaduct
Front door panels, 2020
The brief for this commission was to make a feature window in a new front door. The stylized landscape was a way of combining different ideas and themes in a way that appealed to both clients.
Hallway transom window, 2020
This window was commissioned by the clients to make a feature of the well-lit transom window above the front door. The brief was to depict a favourite location, Chatsworth Park in Derbyshire. The centrepiece is Paine's Bridge.
Hallway feature window, 2019
This window was commissioned by the clients to make the most of a very well lit hallway inner door which looked down the front path leading up to the house . The aim was to make a window in the style of a much-loved artwork, and entice the observer into a better world where everything is possible.
Living room picture window, 2019
This window was commissioned by the client to make a feature a window in the living room of their their new home. The brief was to create a design based on the local Cotswold landscape which also allowed elements of the orchard beyond the window to remain visible. The window is composed almost entirely of English Antique and Lamberts mouth-blown glass
View through Bower
Feature window, 2018
This brief for this panel was to create a stylised window which contained elements of treasured English and Slovenian landscapes. Glass from the original window which this replaced was used in the border to provide a link to the other period panels in the hallway.
Feature window, 2018
This brief for this window was to create a stylised landscape which captured the elements of the local Staffordshire moorland that were most significant for the clients.
Picture window, 2013
The brief for this window was to create a design featuring a climbing clematis which obscured the outside view of a garage wall. A mixture of translucent and transparent glasses were used to achieve the desired effect
Bathroom feature window, 2013
The brief here was to create a small panel which stylized the local Dark Peak landscape.
Archtop window, 2015
The brief for this window was to create a stylised view of Landybower Reservoir and Crook Hill in the Derbyshire Peak District. A mixture of mouthblown and rolled glasses were used to create the window and the four panels were encapsulated to improve the thermal efficiency of this large sash window.
Feature window, 2015
This window was created in response to the client's desire to create a picture window in their new extension. The brief here was to portray the unique shapes and seasonal colours of this Northumbrian landscape. Each panel is encapsulated to achieve the thermal qualities needed in a large window
Front door lancet panel, 2015
The brief here was simply to create a panel which featured bluebells and a bee, and still allowed a view of the garden beyond
Oriel window restoration, 2014
This window is one of two classic period porthole windows which have been fully restored. They had been badly damaged as a result of corrosion of the original cast iron frame, and are now fitted within a hardwood replacement
Bedroom window, 2013
This window was commissioned to make a feature of an internal window in a bedroom. The landscape represents Cader Idris in Wales, a favourite location of the clients who were both keen walkers.
Fanlight window, 2013
This window was commissioned as a birthday gift and the brief was to create a stylized representation of one of the client's favourite local landscapes.
Prayer Room Window, 2013
These windows were installed in the new Prayer Room at the Northern General Hospital in Sheffield. They were commissioned following a relocation of the original space, and the brief was to create a window that would encouage peaceful contemplation and calm for all users of the room. The idea is based on a nearby Peak District landscape and the idea of the circle of life. To encourage meditation the window contains images of life in all elements; salmon in the water, birds in the sky and the grasses of the local landscape. They are not immediately obvious to the eye, they are more revealed on closer examination.
Feature window, 2012
Made with a mixture of glasses, the brief here was to produce a window with a classical Pre-Raphaelite style to suit the surrounding decor.
Front door panel, 2006
A stylised panel based on the theme of the white magnolia flower
Feature window, 2011
This design is a stylized view of a garden in Mayfield, Derbyshire, incorporating all the elements that were particularly significant to the clients (including the inclusion of a painted honey bee).
Feature window, 2003
This window depicts Carsington Water in Derbyshire, and was commissioned by the client as a centrepiece for their new extension
Feature windows, 2003
These two panels depict the Calder Valley and Stoodley Pike in West Yorkshire, and were commissioned by the client as a four seasons window.
Feature window, 2005
A stylised landscape based on Bradford Dale, near Youlgrave, Derbyshire. It has since been re-framed and moved to the owners's new house
Feature window, 2012
The brief here was to create a window which obscured the view both ways and depicted the Autumnal colours of Bamford Edge in the Peak District.
Front Door Panel
This small front door panel was designed simply to reflect the beauty of the poppy flower
Ashford in the Water
Light box panel, 2005
Landscape panel based on the Sheepwash Bridge, Ashford in the Water, Derbyshire
Front door panels, 2016
This brief for this window was to create a set of panels which provided a striking entrance for the client's newly-opened Bed and Breakfast accommodation. The theme is based on well known landmarks in the Dark Peak: Frogatt Edge, Win Hill and Lose Hill
Picture Window, 2018
Here I was asked to create a window depicting the Howgills in Cumbria, an area that remains very precious to the client. Elements from different vistas were combined to create an image that conveyed the look and feel of the place, a celebration of the fells between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales