Native people arriving from the mainland for settlement on the island of Bonaire in the Lesser Antilles, c1300BC. The illustration was used as a large backdrop to artefact displays in the Terramar Museum Bonaire. Commissioned by the Dutch Archaeological Service.

St Eustatius, an island in the West Indies: Reconstructed slave village, sugar plantation and mill - c 1780, from excavated evidence supplied by the Dutch Archaeological Service. The illustration was the centre piece of the St Eustatius Museum's Slavery exhibition.

A shaman producing painted symbols on cave walls on the island of Bonaire, Lesser Antilles, c1300 BC. The illustration needed to show the implements for substance preparation used to induce communion with the spirit world in advance of doing the painting.

Native people on the island of Bonaire, Lesser Antiles, gathering and fashioning coral from the shallow seas for use as food preparation implements and other tools - c1300BC. Commissioned by the Dutch Archaeological Service as a large back-drop for a display of coral artefacts at the Terramar Museum for the Coral Foundation.

The salt pans in the Dutch West Indies. Produced for a large wall image behind an artifact display in the Terramar Museum Bonaire. Slaves are shown cutting up the salt and packing it into barrels for loading onto the ship, off-shore. Slave huts are shown in the foreground and overseers on horseback.