He designed and engraved six larger-than-life Angels for the West doors of Guildford Cathedral (Surrey England) also designed three angels over the South Transept doors
He designed glass engravings at the Shakespeare Centre at Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom, (Ophelia, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet etc). At Ottawa, Canada, he created glass engravings of the National Library and Archives, a total of 37 panels over three floors with main theme world literature: larger than life figures of Cervantes, Shakespeare, Molière, Tolstoy et cetera, also Apollo and the Nine Muses. He also created a glass screen of four mermaids at Plymouth, United Kingdom, Civic Centre, and designed three glass panel designs for the entrance hall balcony at Mercury House, London, United Kingdom. He had said, "The dove is a symbol used throughout history to depict beauty, peace, hope and thanksgiving."
Some of his pieces of art are also exhibited at the Corning Museum of Glass, New Jersey, United States of America. 1975 he became first Vice President of the newly founded British Guild of Glass Engravers (Laurence Whistler was first President and Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother was its first Patron).