I have been commissioned to photograph the extensive restoration work undertaken at Glynde Place, an Elizabethan manor house of historical importance four miles from Lewes. This is a huge restoration project (the house has over 40 rooms, including numerous cellars and a maze of attic rooms) of a house where only three families have lived since it was built almost 450 years ago. The process has uncovered some surprises, such as a room that no one knew existed, the discovery of a long forgotten well, and various items found hidden in rafters and beneath floor boards: a mummified rat, the jaw bone of a wild boar and a delicate pair of embroidery scissors. My photographs, taken during the 18 months of building work, will be added to the comprehensive archive that already exists for the house. The April, 2012 edition of Sussex Life magazine features an article with a selection of these photos.