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I have written a few short articles and my historical reconstruction work has featured in several books:


'A re-appraisal of the iconography of the choir screen at King's College Chapel, Cambridge

Notes and Queries (2014) doi: 10.1093/notesi/giu012 204-06 Oxford University Press Journals

A re-evaluation of the political significance of the ornate carvings on the choir screen commissioned by Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn prior to her execution in 1536. More details here.

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This paper is cited in: 'King's College Chapel 1515- 2015. Art, Music and Religion in Cambridge'.

In the course of my research I made a detailed account of the carved imagery.  This index can be used as a guide for visitors, or for further research into the iconography: 'An index of the carved imagery on the choir screen at King’s College Chapel, Cambridge.  Download pdf of Index here.


'What did Anne Boleyn really look like?'

An article co-authored with feminist social commentator Susan Bordo which featured in both the US and UK editions of The Huffington Post.


My recreation of Anne Boleyn's Moost Happi portrait medal is discussed in the following publications:

'The Creation of Anne Boleyn', Susan Bordo, UK edition, 2014.

'In the footsteps of Anne Boleyn', Sarah Morris and Natalie Grueninger, 2013

'Inside the Wardrobe of Anne Boleyn'Barbara Parker Bell, 2014
'The Daring Truth about Anne Boleyn', Sylwia S Zupanec, 2013