Category Archive: Architecture

Drawathon

UPDATE! UPDATE! I am now fully booked for commissioned drawings, but you can still donate and get yourself a signed, limited-edition print. Please contact me via email for details! Just over six months… Continue reading

Ink and Light

I’ve been advertising my own Christmas cards here (around 200 sold though, very chuffed to think my pictures have made their way through letter boxes all over the country) for weeks so I… Continue reading

The Whitechapel Nobody Knows (Part One)

Since I seem to have my own set of readers I have reproduced my recent contribution for the wonderful Spitalfields Life blog… a very enjoyable opportunity to explore my east end surroundings and… Continue reading

At York Minster

This week I had a short but sweet visit to the beautiful city of York. Staying with a good friend who works at the university, I was met off the train and whisked… Continue reading

Claude at the National Gallery

Since the busy September show I’ve relocated my studio to my garage. Now equipped with lights, a heater, a big desk, shelves, even a rug, it’s surprisingly cosy. Now I have the space,… Continue reading

A Cascade of Bricks

A few days a week I cycle down Leman Street on my way home, and over the last couple of months hoardings have gone up and swathes of men and machines have moved… Continue reading

Drawing and painting Hawksmoor

These days I’m happy to think I draw consistently well, but I’m still nervous about conveying real feeling into drawings. Simply, I go into automatic mode recording what I see and don’t think… Continue reading

Beauty and the Beast, Southwark

This an assortment of drawings done over the last few months as I’ve been keeping an eye on the steadily-rising beast that is the Shard, due to be completed at London Bridge next… Continue reading

Lazy days in Marrakesh

On a blissful trip to Morocco I got in a bit of sketching. Though the city of Marrakesh is beautiful, and the red walls and cobalt blue skies never failed to amaze me,… Continue reading

Chandeliers and da Vinci

There are a few perks to having His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales as a patron. They include being able to draw in some rather special places and being invited to see… Continue reading