A pair of models- of a 'strato' and 'shield' volcano respectively - were designed for the Natural History Museum, London. They are on display in the new Volcanoes and Earthquakes gallery there, after its opening in January 2014.
The pieces are cast in resin toned with grey pigment to match the Corian display surfaces in the gallery. The cutaway segment on each volcano shows the form and flow of magma within.
This tactile interpretation of Ynyslas dunes in Dyfi National Nature Reserve was commissioned by the Country side Council for Wales.
The landscape was cast in bronze and includes an integrated bronze orientation key set in Braille and large print.
The height and scale of the bronze as well as an open sided plinth, allow maximum accessibility for wheelchair users, children and visually impaired visitors.
Located in an open-air section of Ynyslas Visitors Centre, the tactile landscape was installed in July 2009.
The Everest Project was inspired by the 50th Anniversary of the first successful ascent of Everest by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay. George Lowe and George Band, two member of Hillary’s 1953 expedition, advised on the accuracy and atmosphere of the landscape before it was cast in bronze.
Cast in bronze, the sculpture represents a section of the Himalayan landscape, centred on Mount Everest, at a scale of 1:25000.
The size of the installation (60 cm x 60 cm) enabled the terrain to be accurately modeled with no vertical scale exaggeration.
The bronze is finished in a ferric and titanium patina to enhance the rocky terrain and to give an ice-like effect on areas of the surface.
Everest For All is currently on display in the Library at the Royal College for the Blind, Hereford.
Inspired by the beautiful maps of Barbara Strachey, contained within her book "The Journeys of Frodo: An Atlas of J.R.R Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings', this piece is cast in bronze with a light ferric patina. It was originally created for Topografik's founder's son.
A private commission, this piece is cast in bronze with a 'penny bronze' patina.
A tactile map of Baxter Park in Dundee, this piece is cast in bronze with an Italianate patina.