For this project I was provided with the front door of a home containing a 20″ x 50″ oval-shaped opening for the stained glass. The original tulip design was an adaptation of a popular traditional motif common in heritage homes …
This interesting combination of Victorian and contemporary design elements was commissioned by a couple with a particular love of cattails.
This lead came design was made for a 1900-era home in Vancouver, BC. The client also requested that I construct the wooden window frame itself, given the dimensions of the rough opening.
This unique project involved modifying a pair of damaged antique lead came windows. The two 3-pane windows were salvaged and combined to create a single 4-pane window.
This pair of entryway windows features a traditional tulip motif in colors chosen specifically by the client, a realtor in the Kerrisdale neighborhood of Vancouver.
I designed this exterior transom window for a 1910 heritage home.
I adapted this Victorian design for a set of custom fir french doors built by Rainwood Contracting.
This window was my first attempt at stained glass design. I had the pleasure of learning the art of stained glass making from Vancouver artist Ken Tomilson, whom I commissioned to build this piece to my specifications.