In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida, Damien Hirst, Tate Britain


March - May 2004 / Asylum Models and Effects Ltd., London

James was part of a team making Damien Hirst’s Installations for In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida at Tate Britain, which showed five new complex installations using vitrines. Damien Hirst’s Adam and Eve Exposed and The Pursuit of Oblivion, in which the hanging carcass of a cow is surrounded by live fish, sausages, a butcher’s block and knives.

Geneva Motor Show

February 2000 / Harris Blyth Ltd., London

James was part of a team designing and making a large stainless steel and glass exhibit for Ford at the Geneva Motor Show.

The Millennium Dome

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October - December 1999 / Asylum Models & Effects Ltd., London

James was part of a team designing and making many exhibits for the Body Zone but was primarily involved in a moving mechanical Electron Microscope for the Lab Room. The Electron Microscope was an interactive scanner that would appear to find parasites on the volunteers body. The Body Zone was the most visited and famous part of the The Millennium Dome and consisted of the Skin room, Lab room, Walkway, Heart room and Eye room all with their own exhibits.

Alton Towers Summer Show

May 1999 / Artem Ltd., London

James was part of a team designing and making gas machine guns and other rigs for the Alton Towers Summer Show.

Lincoln Centre, New York

May - June 1996 / Jim Henson’s Creature Shop, London

James designed and made the anti-tamper Pinocchio displays for an exhibition at the Lincoln Centre, New York.

B.B.C. Good Food Show


November 1995 / Odysea Ltd., London (A Greek food import and distribution company)

James designed and made their stand at the B.B.C. Good Food Show at the N.E.C. Birmingham.

Star Trek - The Starship Enterprise (Next Generation)


September 1994 - February 1995 / Hothouse Models and Effects Ltd., Colchester

James was part of a team making The Starship Enterprise (Next Generation) master model and the moulds which were taken from it, casting several five and a half foot models with over two thousand windows which were internally lit. The Starship Enterprise (Next Generation) was made for shop displays and private collections.