I have always been fascinated by the spectrum and changing light during the day at
different times of the year
The magic of coloured scattered light
My earliest recollections of the fascination of constantly changing light on a blank
canvas are from Cathedrals and Minster's. In particular the Wigwam in Liverpool (RC
Cathedral of Christ the King) with its lantern tower and tall slit like windows all
around the outer walls and Lincoln with gently coloured light painting scudding patterns
on the light stone floor.
Enough of all that, it was buying a reclaimed window in Sproughton near Ipswich that
got me started in making stained glass for myself, and all because I wanted to match
the blue for an interior panel.
Most of my work has been for own use and as gifts to friends but I have produced
one-off commissions that are dotted around the country from Ipswich to Pudsey and
St Jude’s Brewery Tavern
A recent commission to restore a door to something like the original design circa