Welcome to my creative world
I am a stained glass artist from Surrey and I tell stories using the beguiling beauty of glass. The changing quality of natural light passing through my windows reflects my love of the changing seasons. My artistic quest continues as I learn from each new piece of work I produce and by studying other artist’s creations. I work to commission and I produce stained glass artworks for exhibitions.
To keep the skill alive I teach stained glass classes from my garden studio and students use the same beautiful glass that I use. The glorious colours of mouth-blown glass are the starting point for all my creations.
I work in the tradition of the Arts and Crafts. I am inspired by quirky medieval art, nature and the changing seasons.
Visit my portfolio to see the range of original artwork and commissions that I have created in stained glass over the last twenty-plus years.
Welcome to my garden studio in Surrey where I design, create and teach. Here are my illustrations of the Stained Glass Process.
Sharing my skills and helping to keep stained glass alive are important to me. I offer Master Classes and Tasters from my working studio.
All the latest news and updates from the Studio
For me there is nothing more mesmerizing than the night view of St Paul’s Cathedral from the Thames. It rises, majestic and mysterious, above the river. Pinpoints of light from the buildings in the City of London are reflected in the grand sweep of the Thames....
The second Glass Easel Bazaar is just around the corner and Maggie Beal, Helen Russell, Jessica Stroud and myself are busy creating some beautiful new glass work to show. I have been experimenting with dichroic glass with some interesting results that I am very...
I had the pleasure of visiting Caroline and Tony Benyon's studio recently to see the new window they have made for the OBE chapel in St Paul's Cathedral. I spent three hours sketching the beautifully painted glass and learning how it had been made. Most of the glass...
I remember sharing a bedroom with my younger brother and sister when we were very young. On the wall was a poster of Bruegel’s Children’s Games. We used to talk about which child we were. My sister was the little girl in white with the blue headscarf and I was the one looking after her.
Visit the shop to buy greetings cards and wall photographs of my work.
1 Furze Lane