Formerly a banker (AIB). A mem.& Friend of the Nat.Mar. Museum, Greenwich (Portsmouth). Mem. of the Nelson Soc. Mem. of the Soc. for Nautical Res. Mem. of the Inst.of Hist. Res. Mem.of the Naval Dockyards Soc. Master of Arts degree in Maritime History
|Maritime History - MA Degree|
|Steam:Locomotive & Stationary|
|Nelson & his Navy|
|Antiques & Architecture|
Furniture and clocks
|Castles & Palaces||
Their construction and purpose in their time. Function and form
|Churches & Cathedrals||
The function and form of the buildings. I am a qualified guide for York Minster, Lincoln Cathedral, Wells Cathedral, Chester Cathedral & Salisbury Cathedral
|Conferences & Incentives|
I lecture in Art Galleries and Museums throughout the United Kingdom. I also specialise in Marine Art
|History & Prehistory||
Anglo-Saxon, Medieval and Georgian. Industrial revolution / Industrial Architecture & Heritage.
Maritime Britain: Construction of ships, particularly the period 1650-1850, and naval lives - Nelson and Cochrane. History: Anglo-Saxons, medieval up to and including Tudor and Georgian. Scottish history. The Spencer-Churchill families. Brocket Hall.
|Stately Homes & Country Houses||
I specialise in Georgian architecture. I am the Historian for Brocket Hall.
Land, sea and air. Land, especially steam locomotion. Sea, maritime history,naval history in the age of sail. See Lectures.
Particularly the City of London and Royal London
York Minster, Lincoln Cathedral, Wells Cathedral, Docklands, Salisbury Cathedral
M.A. (Maritime History), LFGGL