These are giclee prints of my architectural illustrations. The original drawings for the prints were drawn in Faber Castell PITT Artist Pens. These reminders of the beautiful British architecture are perfect as a gift or a treat for your walls.

All prints are printed 300gsm white recycled paper. They come unframed and packaged in a biodegradable cellophane envelope and a card backed envelope for protection. They are all posted the next working day.

Bishops’ House, Sheffield

This beautiful historic house, dating from the sixteenth century, is one of only three timber framed buildings left in the city and is a beloved Sheffield landmark! £2 of each sale will be donated to The Friends of Bishops House, because this is a little treasure of a building and the volunteers are awesome!



Carbrook Hall, Sheffield

Carbrook Hall was previously named the spookiest pub in Sheffield and with links to the Civil War, it’s not hard to see why. Inside, there is a spectacular oak panelled room with a carved oak fireplace and moulded plaster ceiling.



Beauchief Abbey, Sheffield

Beauchief Abbey dates from around 1176 and is a charming building. I love that the running of the Abbey is solely by the congregation, the building isn’t owned by the Church of England and was given to the people of Sheffield so that services could still be held. How good is that?



Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland

The walk from Craster to Dunstanburgh Castle is like any other coastal work until you reach the brow of the hill and are suddenly hit by the breath taking views of this stunning 14th century castle. It makes a very dramatic vista.


Mount Pleasant, Sheffield

This beautiful red brick building was built around 1770 and although surrounded by houses and roads now, it once stood overlooking the River Sheaf, surrounded by farmland.



Mylnhurst, Sheffield

Did you know that this dramatic Neo Gothic house was once home to W.J. Walsh, founder of the John Walsh department store that went on to become House of Fraser?



Old Bank House, Sheffield

Back in 1771, Old Bank House stood alone in the grounds of the parish church that now houses Sheffield Cathedral. It is hard to believe when you see its surrounding neighbours today!



Tapton Hall, Sheffield

Did you know that the original Tapton Hall belonged to Florence Nightingale’s Grandmother before being knocked down and rebuilt as what we see today? More recently, Tapton Hall is a stunning wedding venue and home to Freemasons.