I was approached by The Brantwood Foundation to make stained glass panels for the entrance door of one of their buildings.
The brief was to design stained glass for the front door and its surrounding panels, which would be in harmony with the Victorian architecture.
Both the hall and bathroom windows at the back of a Lake District house look out on to a rather imposing and somewhat oppressive rock face.
The original door panel had been replaced by some very plain frosted glass. The brief was to make a panel that would reintroduce a focus of interest.
The hall had an inner door with side and top panels that all contained plain frosted glass, which completely obscured the view out.
The client wanted vibrant colour introduced into the hall and for me to come up with a design that would screen rather than shut out the view.
I was asked to design a panel that would be contemporary yet still be in keeping with the house, which is in a late Victorian terrace.
The front door leads into a narrow hallway which is a shared entrance to two properties.
This panel was made for a side window in a suburban living room which was previously glazed with commercial patterned glass.
I was commissioned to make a panel for a bathroom. I came up with the idea of an underwater world that suggests a playful interaction between a variety of sea creatures.
This panel in a sitting room is more complex and on first impression the narrative may not at first be apparent. Here is a man swimming underwater amongst a group of fish.
I was asked to design a front door panel that would harmonise both with the green interior walls and the view of the trees facing the property across the lane.