A Commission by Churchill Retirement Living for their new building called Amelia Lodge, in Henleaze, Bristol. I was approached to create a sculpture based on a Victorian author, Amelia Edwards, who lived and died in the local area. She was a novelist, journalist, campaigner, traveller and egyptologist. I decided to make a playful dedication to this impressive woman that would stand out like she did, using books as stepping stones, referencing her life as her traveller and writer. Each book has engraved the Titles of her most known works. It was a year long project, with much time spent securing Public art permission, researching victorian clothing, as well as finding way to securely fix the work to the wall, and then sculpting! This all culminated in an unveiling event with the current chairman of Egypt Exploration society, Aidan Dobson, in which all the residents and various locals very supportingly and happily received.