The client: Guard Archaeology
The brief: To reconstruct both a neolithic and medieval landscape, showing recently unearthed details such as oak posts (in the neolithic landscape) and a medieval cross (in the medieval landscape) as they were likely to have appeared in the time period. The neolithic landscape is in what is now Ladywell, Girvan and now features a large, industrially furbished farm. The medieval landscape is situated at the side of what is currently the M74, just outside Netherton.
The outcome: For both reconstructions, the client favoured a slightly more abstract, watercolour effect for the landscape. The Netherton reconstruction was used by Transport Scotland to demonstrate the medieval site in an article on the BBC news.