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Taxtiles is a merge of two words
"Textile & Taxidermy". Breaking the boundaries between textile and taxidermy. Experimenting with the techniques used in taxidermy to create bespoke luxury items for the home and business.

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September 30, 2019

It's been a while since posting on here. As you can imagine, again it has been a very busy year. I usually post all my antics on instagram and my Facebook page. However, I will try to post on here more. I'll see how it goes. 

So I am having a go at Soft Mount Taxidermy. What is it may you ask? So naturally I will give you a Google definition: 

"A soft mount is a lesser-known type of taxidermy where the animal's head is mounted t...

January 28, 2019

Last year in November I was interviewed by Cate Vaughton as part of her Masters dissertation. Now that she has submitted her dissertation I am happy to show you the interview details below. Hope you enjoy. 

What drew you to creating taxidermy?


From a young age I’ve always loved wildlife and was fascinated with animals and
birds. I remember at a very young age saying to my mum “mummy there’s a chicken
in the garden!” Turns out i...

December 24, 2018

Hello all, 

2018 has been a fantastic year for Taxtiles. The busiest it's ever been, I've worked for film and a museum this year. I've pushed the limits of my abilities by taxiderming the smallest bird in the UK (a goldcrest) to processing a White Park bulls head!

I now do taxidermy for The John Moore Museum. I finished my first commission from them a few weeks ago. A stoat.

In the new year I will be doing a taxidermy weasel and...

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