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I fell in love with photography in my teens and have been obsessed with the medium ever since. After working as a staff photographer at the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum I became a freelance and have worked on commissions for the National Trust for over ten years. My speciality is photography of the Trust's houses; particularly, stemming from my time in the museum world, their historic contents.


Please contact me on: jhpix@mac.com

A selection of John's photos

Conservator applying a poultice to remove algae and micro-biological growth from a painted wall in the Cold Bath at Chedworth Roman Villa, Gloucestershire.

Reference number:
181570

Removing micro-biological growth in the Cold Bath at Chedworth Roman Villa, Gloucestershire.

Autumnal view of Newton House at  Dinefwr, Carmartheshire, Wales.

Reference number:
181668

Autumnal view at Newton House at Dinefwr, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, Wales

Conservator working on the Pope's Cabinet and its restoration at Stourhead. The pietre dure inlay is one of the most spectacular products of the Ducal Workshops in Florence.

Reference number:
181621

Conservator working on a clock, at Hanbury Hall, Worcestershire.

Close view of the desk in the Writing Room in the Tower at Sissinghurst.

Reference number:
181972

Close view of the desk in the Writing Room in the Tower at Sissinghurst Castle, Kent.

HAMBLETONIAN, RUBBING DOWN  by George Stubbs (1724-1806) at Mount Stewart House.

Reference number:
183109

HAMBLETONIAN, RUBBING DOWN by George Stubbs (1724-1806) at Mount Stewart House, Northern Ireland.

Detail of "Boy Pulling a Thorn out of his Foot" (Il Spinario) a nineteenth-century sculpture copy at Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk.

Reference number:
182155

Detail of 'Boy Pulling a Thorn out of his Foot', at Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk

Amorum Emblemata (an emblem book) by Otto van Veen (Antwerp, 1608), part of the library collections at Scotney Castle, Kent.

Reference number:
497060

Amorum Emblemata (an emblem book) by Otto van Veen (Antwerp, 1608), at Scotney Castle, Kent.

The north front of Ham House, Richmond-upon-Thames, Surrey.

Reference number:
193348

The north front of Ham House, Richmond-upon-Thames, Surrey.

Library books at Erddig, Wrexham.

Reference number:
774177

Library books at Erddig, Wrexham.

Conservation of Ham House Queen's Antechamber wallhangings.

Reference number:
773507

Conservation of Ham House Queen's Antechamber wallhangings.

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