These are a couple of bits I did end of 2009/beginning of 2010. Both were for a new London visitor centre/exhibition.
The "Architectual Jigsaw" is a set of buildings that you have to arrange to re-create Christopher Wren's original design.
The masters were assembled from laser-cut elevations and cast up in Task 15, which is a really durable high impact resin... so they are actually indestructable
I also made a model of the interior of a lost Tudor Chapel, based on a historian's sketch. Apologies for poor photography - the model is housed behind glass in a dark alcove
This one was pretty much an exercise in laser-cutting. The deadline was pretty tight and I was off on holiday as well. It was good though - Once I had it drawn up it pretty much flew together. Also it's bolted together rather than glued, so it's completely disassemble-able (I've done historical stuff before - there's always a bit of tinkering to do when you ask the historians to sign it off )
There's a bit of a hoo-har about posting stuff online atm, so no wips right now - these pictures were taken whilst wearing my "joe public" hat