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A Miniature Piece of History

From 8th – 10th November I will be exhibiting my work at Handmade in Chelsea, It’s a fantastic show packed with products from contemporary designers, makers and craftsmen. I’m particularly excited about this show as it is not only my…

Hatching a Plan

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Recently I’ve been doing a little work for Pegasus Land. They are creating a series of purpose built flats in new and reconditioned buildings with private apartments and also communal areas, such as dining rooms, pools and gym facilities.…

An English Padlock

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"Be to her virtues very kind;And to her indulgencies a little blind". As a child in the house where I grew up, I always longed for there to be a secret room. I used to dream about opening a door I’d never seen before and finding evidence…

The Model Career?

It’s interesting to wonder just how you arrive at your job. How much is luck or destiny. Everyone has talents of one sort or another. Mine are luckily all aligned towards art and design. I have always drawn and made things, ever since I was…

Autostory- our new product: Classic Car Histories

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After years of working on the Archistory project creating architectural drawings combined with house histories, my friend, researcher and house historian Paul Murray is embarking on a new idea. Paul’s passion for classic car restoration has…

Special Offer: Note paper headed your way!

For the months of August and September I'm offering personally designed note paper to every client placing an order for our architectural drawing and house history service. This means that when you receive your finished drawing  you…

Presents from the Past

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Astute followers of the Archistory Blog may have noticed a distinct lack of blogging lately, this all down to the fact that the whole of November and December was non-stop with work. Christmas always brings a flurry of commissions for us and…

Out of the Past and into the Fuchsia

I think that as a Londoner it has been impossible not to have felt deeply moved by the Olympic Games. I would freely admit that I am not what you might call a sports fan; in fact I am regularly teased by friends and family alike for having no…