@CarrJuniorYork Well done everyone! - 11h ago
@stephbreakfast @LinkDementia I ope Karen duz a good brekkie, like. Love it. - 12h ago
@eric_180uk @CarolynnAdams17 @_K8_Adams_ Maybe not, but no caffeine might slow down production of wobbly lines, "il… https://t.co/BWmOIhOI6t - 15h ago
Stopped off for drinks & sandwich on a walk to celebrate @CarolynnAdams17 birthday with @_K8_Adams_ at… https://t.co/ldnjA7UaF3 - 16h ago
@K9Finn RIP Buster. - 21 May
@Archaeology_UoS Congratulations Mike, well done. - 21 May
@jpwarchaeology @Clare_Howard12 The secret is safe, so I can still do them... https://t.co/BXDC8krG7G - 21 May
@jpwarchaeology @Clare_Howard12 I was once asked by a colleague how I made bird's-eye views but I refused to divulge the secret... - 21 May
@_K8_Adams_ Now you need to teach her how to put it back on. 🤔 - 21 May
The @CarrJuniorYork sketching club said my demo sketch would look better coloured in. They may right but I only had… https://t.co/pio6zqMIaS - 21 May

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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