My job gives me the privilege of being out and about every day in London.

Whether leading a walk, visiting a museum or gallery, or just enjoying the city's bustle or its quiet spaces, there's always something new to see, something interesting going on.

In my blog, I seek to reflect the ever-changing patterns of life in the greatest City on Earth!

Huguenot Silk Weavers: from riches to rags

The Huguenots of Spitalfields festival is running from 8 April to 21 April and is set to be a f antastic hit.  walks, talks, visits, demonstrations of weaving, it’s an incredible celebration of the Huguenots and their history in Spitalfields.  I am doing some walks and a talk at the London Guildhall on 9 April at 2pm, free, unreserved seats.


  • Getting to Grips with the National Gallery
  • I run a course at the National Gallery, called Getting to Grips with the National Gallery. For the next proposed dates and details of how to enrol, please, contact me by email or or telephone. Click on each title for information about what we cover on the course.

  • Hampton Court & Daniel Marot
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