Firstly a self-portrait in a carved mirror, then some detail from a bar on which I used the same pattern, both in sycamore.
Then two designs for a frieze around a room, which were made as proposals for a customer. They chose the oak branch
Following on is some strapwork which is now part of a Jacobean style library. There are, if I remember rightly, 17 of them, all different.
The George and the dragon was the first significant thing I ever carved. Having done it I wondered what to do with it, and hit on the idea of making it into the door of a corner cabinet. It is in black walnut.
A mirror in progress for a wedding present. It is in cherry and the images reflect the lives of the couple, individually and together. They were delighted.
Finally a picture of a bedhead and the whole bed in oiled walnut, employing a white colouring in places. I have drawn on the work of a number of Japanese printmakers to form the designs.