Harry Willis Fleming portrait
R. C. Lucas as Hamlet.
Stoneham Field Tent, 2008, collaboration with artist Jane Wildgoose.
Thomas Hopper, Design for the Nelson Testimonial, 1839.
The Stoneham War Shrine, after restoration in 2011.

PhD, Middlesex University, 2017.
Henry Moore Institute Research Fellow, 2012.
MRes History (Master of Research), University of Southampton, 2011.
Dr Harry Willis Fleming's research explores primarily topographical, architectural, and spatial themes within cultural history. He trained originally as a theatre designer and worked as a design consultant before taking up research. The visual and experiential remain an important part of his practice.
Harry's recent scholarly research focus has been the nineteenth-century artist and tower-dweller Richard Cockle Lucas (1800-1883), for which he was awarded a Henry Moore Institute Research Fellowship (2012) and a funded PhD Research Studentship at Middlesex University (2012-17). In 2017, he completed his doctoral thesis on Lucas.
He has taught on the 'Advanced Research' module of MA Spatial Cultures and MA Interiors (Architecture and Design) at Middlesex University.
Harry wrote and presented Vapourtrain (2009) for BBC Radio 3, exploring how steam railway travel transformed notions of time, space, and place.
In 2011, he was awarded a History MRes degree (Master of Research, with Distinction) from the University of Southampton for his dissertation entitled 'The Practice of Viewing the Past: Thomas Hopper (1776-1856) and the Architect's Business'.
In 2005, Harry founded the Willis Fleming Historical Trust, with which he has undertaken numerous projects, including the Heritage Lottery-funded restoration of the derelict WW1 Stoneham War Shrine in 2011.
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