The Quick Intro
I am an architectural historian, writer, historic buildings consultant and broadcaster and here you can read about my writing, editing, broadcasting, lectures and talks, study days, and other activities, as well as a blog of my travels. I do hope you find it useful, please feel free to get in touch with any queries.
Jeremy lecturing in San Diego for the Royal Oak
A picture of myself and Nick Cox (left), with the SPAB Plunket Scholars at Worton House in Oxfordshire, with our hosts, Mr and Mrs Malcolm Axtell (right)
I was very honoured to have Jerry Hall (below) among the guests at the launch of The Drawing Room at Christies in London in November. In this picture (above) showing me giving a speech of thanks (to the publishers Rizzoli, Christies our hosts, Spears magazine and Gilpin’s Gin our sponsors, I am flanked by Robert Dalrymple the designer of the book and Paul Barker the photographer.
“A Comedy of Errors: Trollope and the country house”, Country Life, Mar 4, pp.50-53
“The joy of sunflowers. Loton Park, Shropshire”, Country Life, December 3, 2014, p. 76-82
“An Island Rescue: Fota House, Co.Cork”, Country Life, August 20, 2014, pp.53-56
“Hope for the studio-village [about Limnerslease and Watts Gallery]’, Country Life, February 26, 2014, pp.64-68
“Borrowed Rooms” in Country Life on the 18th century English period rooms at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, October 16
Preview to Whistler in London, at Dulwich Picture Gallery, Country Life, October 9, 2013
“Jane Austen (right) and Bonomi”, in The Georgian Group Journal, May 2013
An archive of my articles can be view here
BBC Radio Tees – Mike Parr
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BBC Radio Cambridgeshire – Liz Fraser
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BBC Radio Cambridgeshire SPAB week – Great Country Houses
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