Category Archive: Architecture

Sheerness Church

A little souvenir of a sunny weekend in Kent. Smitten by this burnt shell of a Georgian church in Sheerness, on the Isle of Sheppey. This sketch took a relaxed hour and cold… Continue reading

More Paris

A second selection! I have this lovely concertina-page sketchbook, that folds out so you can keep on drawing as far as you want, but it can make me quite ambitious about getting a… Continue reading


Just back from Paris, a brief selection of drawings out and about. Warm weather, lots of squatting on the ground,  curious tourists peeping over my shoulder Sainte Marie is a beautiful baroque church… Continue reading

The Soane Museum

One of the most magical and intimate museums in London. The architect Sir John Soane’s house, museum and library at No. 13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields has been a public museum since the early… Continue reading

Culture Mouse No.2 The British Museum

I’m interested in the interaction between people and objects, their scale (such as these Persian gate sculptures) or human-characteristics in artefacts (Egyptian mummies, roman sarcophagi). Next visit and I’m here with work in… Continue reading

Culture Mouse at the Horniman Museum

I was probably a tad ambitious when I set out to draw more of London in the New Year, funnily enough February was freezing. So I sought warmth in some of the Capital’s… Continue reading

London & Cambridge

Because you don’t want to see dusty old pictures… Recent wanderings in the capital including Trafalgar Square and Smithfield, near the office. And a ‘morning after’ record of a wonderful dinner c/o residents… Continue reading


Welcome to my blog! Here begins a vague journal of a new (and overdue) ambition to do something with drawing. My website is almost complete, but meanwhile I hope that this will serve as a… Continue reading