1996 Design teamwork with Hugh Martin Partnership on design of scaffolding banner for Frasers Department Store in Buchanan St. Also work with HMP on Princes Square decoration of entrances and Theatre Lighting for Atrium

Gave talks and ran gesso workshops at the MacLellan Galleries during The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Exhibition.

1997  Research, design, paint and install a set of five trompe l’oeil mural panel illustrating the five important stages of making malt whiskey, for William Grant & Sons, at the Glenfiddich Distillery, Dufftown.

Design, construct, paint and install a large Celtic Cross for the entrance of St John’s Church, Cupar, Fife.

Design and paint five mural panels showing the important stages of the making of malt whiskey for William Grant & Sons in the Robbie Dhu Centre, Glenfiddich Distillery.

Design teamwork in New York with Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates and Ove Arup on the Buchan Street Competition. Short listed entry.  Came second equal with RMJM.

Light activated murals in city centre bar in Aberdeen for Weddell & Thomson.

Paint dining Room at Torr Hall in a Renaissance style

1998  Large trompe L’oeil mural for private clients at Shotley Hall, Northumberland.

1998  From now on we receive continuous commissions from private clients throughout UK and the States for gesso panels, some to our own design and some inspired by Margaret Macdonald’s panels

Enter Glasgow Millennium Tower Competition in partnership with Hugh Martin, Ove Arup and others.

2003   Start doing my own paintings again.

Investigate 3D illusions and paint a series of stereoscopic paintings

2004 Complete our enlarged versions of Margaret Macdonald Opera of the Wind and Opera of the sea

2005   Drawings and watercolours while backpacking around North India.

2005  Exhibition of new paintings at Studio17, The Hidden Lane. 1103 Argyle St

Completed a large Tibetan Tanka painting of Chenrizi for the Shrine Room of Samye Dzong Buddhist Centre. This is done as part of a team of artists at Samye Ling Monastery

Appointed Glasgow Charles Rennie Mackintosh Tour Guides, and continue until 2015 with tours for the Mackintosh Society, Travel Edition and the Arts & Crafts Tours of America.

2006   Decorative murals for Balbir’s new Indian Restaurant

Design and paint the dome of the North Rotunda for the Rotunda Casino Club

2007   Garden work for various private homes

2007  Large painting of Hafod in Wales, from a small Turner watercolour

Restore old farmhouse in Wales

Design and make stained glass window as a memorial for a relative

2007 Commissioned to make almost life size version of The Seven Princesses by Margaret Macdonald. Went to Vienna to study the original which is undoubtedly not only her largest gesso panel but is without doubt her masterpiece

2009   Continue with commissions from private clients

Drawings and watercolours while backpacking in Central India

2009  Exhibition of Indian paintings & drawings in studio in Pollokshields

2011   Drawings and watercolours while backpacking in North India & Nepal

Exhibition of work from the trip, and a number of these paintings and drawings used to illustrate the poetry book Four Journeys, published to coincide with the exhibition. Venue was Studio 18, The Hidden Lane

Indian themed opening with flute and sitar music and curries.

2011   Publication of the poetry pamphlet Glasgow Moments

2012   Publication of poetry pamphlet, After Life with cover showing detail of our version of The Seven Princesses by Margaret Macdonald

Drawings and watercolours while backpacking in Morocco, some of them used to illustrate book of poetry entitled Seven Weeks in Morocco

2013   Small gesso panel for friends to celebrate their wedding anniversary

Commissioned to make as close a copy as possible of The White Rose and the Red Rose by Margaret Macdonald, which is above the fireplace in the studio annex of the White Drawing Room in the Mackintosh’s home

2014   Publication of Dowsing in Circles, illustrated with drawings and photographs

2015   Continue with private commission for gesso panels

Commissioned to create another version of The Seven Princesses by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh

2016-17 Drawings and watercolours while backpacking in Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam

2017   Publication of From Pollokshields to Angkor Wat

Re-start blacklight painting

Complete a series of small egg tempera paintings on gesso panels and The Triptych paintings

2018   Final public commission at the Willow Tea Rooms, Sauchiehall Street our version of Oh ye, all ye that walk in Willow Wood by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh, which is the centre piece of the Salon de Luxe

Take part in group exhibition at the Old Hairdressers Gallery, Renfield Lane

Complete the Red & White Series of four paintings and The Pair Paintings

2019   Watercolour paintings while backpacking in Sri Lanka

Large Three-Month painting entitled   It is what it is.

Painting on short trip to the Algarve, Portugal

2019 Complete large painting of The Second Fire at Glasgow School of Art

Exhibited this painting at Queens Cross Church by Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1899)

Publication of More Glasgow Moments, with front cover of the GSA second fire on the cover

2020   Paint the Lockdown series of five canvases

Continue working on Blacklight paintings


Tibetan Thanka #2 – This was the painting Jenny was working on when she died. She said she only had the face to do.