I went to Art College to do Stained Glass quite a long time ago, and have been making windows and autonomous panels pretty much ever since. I have tended to be representative, or abstract from organic roots. One of the best things about stained glass is not just the colour of handmade glass, which is glorious, but being able to paint and fire onto its surface.
I taught for many years at the Battersea College for FE in London, which I loved! Some of my many students have gone on to become glass artists in their own right.
My windows include those for Raymond Blanc’s Oxford Brasserie; what was Abbey Life in Bournemouth; and The Museum of Old Poole. Also window for Churches in London, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, and Argyll, and many house front doors and interior windows; these are in many places, including two sets of windows for a house in Crete, also in the States.
I have always made stand-alone panels or windows for exhibition, and these are also in many parts of the country and abroad.