A reconstruction illustration of St Pancras Priory, Lewes, c1520 with numbered a key to the buildings. One of many illustrations done for site interpretation panels, as part of the Lewes Priory project, now the Priory Park, Lewes.


Fishbourne Roman Palace Museum: An impression of a proposed outdoor themed display area, commissioned by the Sussex Archaeological Society.

A reconstruction of what the Roman villa at Snodland, Kent, may have looked like. This was produced from excavation plans and data supplied and commissioned by Archeaology South East.

Rochester Cathedral cut-away produced for an on-site museum display and associated promotional literature.

Aerial view of Ware, Hertfordshire, showing the extent of the malting barns (long red roofs) that served the brewing industry. It shows the nearby River Lee, which was used to barge the malted barley direct to the breweries in the heart of London - This illustration was used on a display panel in the Ware Arts Centre, Maltings Museum. 

One of the panels in the Ware Arts Centre Maltings Museum showing a cut-away illustration reconstructing what the kiln and drying area in the malting barn, would have looked like in the late 19thC.

Audley End Vine and Peach House showing the bothy, potting shed, packing shed, boiler house, mushroom house, tool shed and head gardener's office on the other side of the central 'hot' wall.

Lewes Priory from the west as it may have looked c1520, prior to the Reformation.

Lewes priory seen from the south west showing the town of Lewes, its castle and west gate, the River Ouse snaking north with the parish of Cliffe on the east bank below Malling Down.

 Lewes Priory seen from the east, c1520, showing the Cockshut Stream diverted around the southern boundary, the pad pool that fed the mill ponds on the west side, and Southover High Street along the northern edge. This and the previous illustrations formed part of the Lewes Priory Park interpretation project along with designs for eleven information panels for visitor information.

The above aerial views indicate the origins of Oxford town in approximately 910 and its subsequent development in the 19thC.

A reconstruction cut-away of Coppards farm house when it was a Wealden hall house in the late 15th C

Aerial view and cut-away of the malting house at Ware. Part of the display at Ware Art Centre .

Aerial view of Mt Caburn, Sussex, in the mid- to late Iron Age, as part of the Prehistoric Sussex display at Newhaven Fort.

Old water mill at Tatton Estate, Knutsford, Cheshire. Part of the interpretation of the Dale Farm at the site.