I enjoyed a two year residency at the Imperial War Museum at Duxford culminating in a solo show in, the then brand new, Airspace hangar (built to house the British Aviation Collection).
A series of sculpture, drawings and photographs can be seen below:
There was lots of room to develop a body of larger work in the Conservation Hangar where I worked along side the Conservation Team. They shared their skills with me: bending and shaping aluminium, riveting, and stitching Irish linen over birch ply frames on bi-planes. I even got a chance to help with the stitching on the Oxford WWII aircraft which is hanging in the British Aviation Collection.
Drawing is always integral to my creative process. These studies in ink were displayed as part of the interim show at Robert Burt Gallery in London, and at the final show at IWM Duxford.