@marcus_jecock @HistoricEngland That would make for some interesting graphics. - 10h ago
For #ironworkthursday here is Micklegate Bar, #York with iron bars added in the 19th century, perhaps 2 phases of r… https://t.co/2O2wo6OBG8 - 18 Mar
RT @coffeefromabike: Really looking forward to having this view every day 10-5 from 23rd March in Museum Gardens. Also there this Saturday… - 18 Mar
The hoppers supply grain to the stones in the vats via shoes @HolgateWindmill. @Serlianna @originalroofinghttps://t.co/UjjQRykXrT - 18 Mar
@originalroofing @HolgateWindmill @VArchGroup @Serlianna @yorkwalls Thank you. I love Falcon's work after seeing it… https://t.co/uyQJt6m3zt - 18 Mar
A constructive afternoon, building on yesterday's good start in a follow up drawing of @HolgateWindmill.… https://t.co/VKdo6hhvPI - 18 Mar
@Baxter47Ron @yorkwalls @Serlianna @VArchGroup Thank you. Getting quite a collection now. 😊 - 18 Mar
@York360 @yorkmedieval @UoYArchaeology Glad you like the drawing. It is based on a picture taken by the owner of Yo… https://t.co/tM2c4C4w2b - 18 Mar

I recently retired from Historic England (formerly English Heritage) having workd on a range of projects illustrating historic buildings. Much of my recent work has included reconstruction drawings, bringing ordinary buildings back to life.

I have been illustrating historic buildings since 1981 creating drawn records for archive purposes, illustrating books and other publications. My long experience of illustrating historic builidngs led to my election as a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London in 2008.

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