Process
My stained glass windows are created using traditional techniques. As an example of the various processes here are some photos of a commission I carried out for St Thomas' Church in Charlton, Andover, Hampshire.

1. A full-size colour representation of the design

2. The paper cartoon, numbered, ready for the glass to be cut

3. Glass is carefully selected and cut to size

4. To see the effect of light through the glass once cut out, it can be stuck to a clear sheet of glass with blutak

5. The pieces of glass are fitted together using lead came, which is then soldered at each intersection

6. Once Soldered all the pieces become one. The gaps between glass and lead are then filled with stained glass cement - making the window sturdy and weatherproof

7. Installation - in this instance by the team from Salisbury Cathedral stained glass dept.

8. The finished effect