Below you will find a selection of previously completed paintings, drawings and commissions that are now in private collections across the world:
"Stormy Landing" - Mixed media drawing of a Boeing 737
"Over to You" - An original pencil drawing of an English Electric Lightning
"Another One Over" - an original pencil drawing of an Avro Lancaster
"Catching Up" - Original pencil drawing of Hawker Hurricanes
"In Safe Hands" Original pencil drawing of a Lockheed Hercules
"Departing Shoreham - 1938" - an original oil painting of a Dragon Rapide at Shoreham Airport
Private commission of Cessna in pencil with watercolour highlights
"Biggin 75" - Private commission depicting the 75th anniversary gathering, commemorating the Battle of Britain, held at Biggin Hill
"Tangmere Tower" - Original pencil drawing of a Supermarine Spitfire and Watch Tower at RAF Tangmere
"Handley Page HPO-400" - Original pencil drawing with watercolour highlights
"Bomber Boys" Original pencil drawing signed by seven WW2 RAF Bomber Command veterans
"Hawker Hurricane" Original pencil and mixed media drawing
"Onto Schweinfurt Alone" - Original oil painting depicting B17f's of the 303rd Bombardment Group (H)- 359th Bombardment Squadron on "Black Thursday" 14th October 1943.
"D-Day Spitfire" - Original pencil and mixed media drawing
"Lakeland Pass" - Original oil painting depicting Tornado GR4's of 41 Squadron on low level flying practice in the Lake District
"Stand Clear!" - Supermarine Spitfire pencil and mixed media on heavyweight art paper
Multi-Media Virgin Airways Boeing 747
"XH558 - First & Last" - Original oil painting on stretched canvas celebrating the final season flying for the Avro Vulcan B2
Signed Lancaster Pencil Drawing
"Dover Patrol" - Original oil painting on stretched canvas 20" x 30" depicting three Supermarine Spitfire VB's of 92 Squadron, patrolling the English Channel close to Langdon Cliffs and Foreland Lighthouse.
"Beachy Head Hurricane" - Original pencil and mixed media drawing of a Hawker Hurricane of 605 Squadron
"Op's on Tonight" - Original oil painting 20" x 30" depicting an Avro Lancaster B3 of 97 Squadron, RAF Bourn. 'J for Johnny' being prepared by her dedicated groundcrew in preparation for the night's bombing mission deep into enemy territory.
"Spitfire Mk.IX" - Original pencil drawing
"Portrait of a Vulcan" - Original oil painting on stretched canavas 16" x 20"
"Cold War Jets - Lightning" - Original pencil drawing
"Tail End Charlies" - Original oil painting 20" x 30" depicting the final two Supermarine Spitfire VB's of 234 Squadron safely returning to their advanced landing ground, following a fighter sweep over southern England.
"Portrait of a Spitfire" - Original oil painting on stretched canvas
"Back to Dispersals" - Original oil painting on stretched canvas 18"x24" depicting two weary Spitfire pilots returning back to their dispersals area for well earned rest at the height of the Battle of Britain in September 1940.
"Preparing for Albany" - Douglas C-47 Skytrains of the USAAF practice in preparation for the D-Day landings, June 1944.
Concorde "001 Holding" - Original pencil drawing
"On Scene Arrival" - An RAF Search and Rescue Westland Sea King arrives to rescue those stranded on a mountain top.
"A Break from Battle" - The completed oil painting derived from the initial concept sketch (below). depicting Spitfire pilots relaxing between sorties as the crackle of a Merlin engine roars overhead as another Spitfire departs.
"A Break From Battle" - An initial concept sketch of Spitfire pilots relaxing in the warm late summer sunshine alongside their aircraft between patrols.
"Winter's Early Return" Original oil painting 20" x 16" depicting De Havilland Mosquitos returning early one winters morning from a mission deep behind enemy lines.
"Gathering Storm" - Sea Harriers of 801 Squadron land aboard HMS Illustrious whilst preparing for Desert Storm, whilst being shadowed by a Type 23 Frigate.
"Safely Home" A B17 Flying Fortress of Coastal Command returns safely over the Cornish coast following an Atlantic patrol.
"Spitfire Harvest" - A Spitfire of 602 Squadron based at Westhampnett, lays claim to another Bf109 over Southern England in early September 1940. 40x50cm Oil on stretched canvas.