In April 2015 I was commissioned by Medway Council and Network Rail to produce work for the new Rochester Station building, which was officially opened by the Duke of Kent in February 2016.

The final work for the outside elevations of the station building offer glimpses of one of Rochester’s greatest assets; interior images of the cathedral emphasising colour, light and architectural form. The cathedral and castle dominate the skyline from multiple viewpoints but particularly from the river walk and would be the first view travellers would encounter on arriving by train into the new Rochester station.

  • Category: Architecture, Glass, Photography, Printmaking, Public Art
  • Tags: rochester, railway station, cathedral, bridge trust, francisknight, network rail