A few other interesting sites with which I am also associated or which I just enjoy:
The site set up by postgraduate students of architectural glass at Central St Martins, University of the Arts, London. I completed post graduate studies in Architectural Glass at Central St Martins in 2007.
Contemporary Glass Society
The Contemporary Glass Society was founded in 1997 with the dual objectives of encouraging excellence in glass as a creative medium and helping to develop a greater awareness of contemporary glass worldwide.
The British Society of Master Glass Painters
The Society, inaugurated by Charter in 1921, seeks to promote interest in all aspects of stained glass and to act an information exchange for professionals and lay members.
The Worshipful Company of Glaziers
Their principal objective is to support the craft of stained, painted and other decorative architectural glass.
Vertrate Artistiche Toscane, Siena, Italy
I served an apprenticeship here during which time I worked on parts of a large commission for St Augustine’s Monastery in New York, restoration work on the Basilica of St Servi in Siena, and numerous client commissions.
West Berkshire & North Hampshire Open Studios
Since 1988 artists have been opening their studios to visitors during May each year under the auspices of the Open Studio scheme, which aims to show quality and diversity in the visual arts. Open Studios is associated with the Newbury International Spring Festival. I will be participating again in 2010.
Some creative folk in and around Whitchurch, Hampshire
Williams & Byrne - Designers, Painters & Restorers of Glass
A super site for anyone interested in painting and staining glass! It is hosted by two incredible artists who are really keen to share their knowledge and encourage high standards in the craft of stained glass.