The way that creatively worked glass modifies light influences how people experience a place.

The awareness of this unique benefit has stretched across centuries - from churches and mosques, to today’s homes, hospitals, hotels, shopping malls, businesses and public places.

Architectural stained glass may be used to create a specific mood within a space, to block out a view, to add interest, commemorate or celebrate - or all of these.

I use a range of techniques, from the traditional to experimental modern, to create panels, screens, windows and other architectural features.

My main inspirations come from a sense of place, nature and mathematics. I believe every piece should have a special meaning and be more than merely decorative. The design must also respect the architectural setting.

I like to create work for a specific site and to collaborate with clients to interpret the design meaningfully for them. I also make autonomous panels to order.