As a Visiting Artist Researcher at Tate Britain in London, he works closely with Tate Senior Conservation Scientist Dr. Joyce Townsend to identify and recreate the painting methods of artists from the era known as The Golden Age of British Watercolour (circa 1750 – 1850).  Their particular focus is J.M.W. Turner (1775 – 1851 and this research has led to a wider understanding of watercolour through Tate Publishing, lectures, master-classes and workshops at institutions including Tate Britain, the National Gallery of Australia, Art Gallery of South Australia and even BBCTV.