Brantwood, the home of John Ruskin from 1873 - 1900 on the shores of Coniston Water in the Lake District, is also the location of a nationally important fern collection. This was started by the previous owner and is called the Linton Collection in his honour.

A leaflet was required to introduce the different species to visitors. The opportunity was taken to provide the information in the way that Ruskin would have used. Thus written information was combined with photographs showing each species at various magnifications to draw the viewer into the details of the plant’s structure.

In association with documentary work carried out for a firm of Architects, display panels were requested for their entrance hall and meeting area.

These were produced using photographs of their projects and wall mounted.

Panels for a major exhibition at the Ruskin Library and Research Centre, Lancaster University.

Panel design and layout plus production of associated maps.

These were used both for the exhibition and as illustrations in an associated book.

Panels for a major travelling exhibition for the Craven Archdeaconry of the Diocese of Bradford.

All photography, exhibition layout and additional photography for an accompanying book.

This was a major undertaking, the preparation and execution of which took twelve months.

Leaflets, folders and stationery for a variety of clients.

All photography and design layout was carried out with artwork being supplied print ready.