@goodreads That one, there. - 6m ago
Some friends came up from Swansea so I took them to @air_museum. A chance to sketch #FridayThe13th #urbansketchinghttps://t.co/J2U8t46pug - 7m ago
@kcarmichael2011 Similar elbow shaped braces, also bolted through the main posts. These are in Bergen but I have se… https://t.co/4d8XHXFV5m - 6h ago
@kcarmichael2011 My achievement was typing a reply on my phone which made sense to other people. 😊 - 8h ago
@kcarmichael2011 My guess would be 17th or early 18th century. Those elbow braces look like the ones I saw in the B… https://t.co/3KXl04RyJv - 8h ago
@_K8_Adams_ Rack could be round the corner when we got a packet of biscuits out of the cupboard, sitting on your fe… https://t.co/M8kbnIXVc6 - 24h ago
You're going to have this problem with cheese @_K8_Adams_ https://t.co/DD9BYTaZFy - 24h ago
RT @BoringEnormous: "Dave, leave it, he ain't worth it bro" https://t.co/hwATEaDbXQ - 24h ago
Using my new #staedtler pens from @cultpens lat week en route to and at the @Soc_Arch_Illust autumn meeting.… https://t.co/zs5aV060Ii - 26 Sep
@_K8_Adams_ Certainly looks that way. 😆 - 26 Sep

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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