2001: After relocating and establishing his family in Nottingham, he started to do non commissioned work with a range of mosaic murals and aluminium fret-worked mirror frames.
However most of his time has been taken up by doing renovation and building projects for private clients, mainly loft conversions and house extensions which, unfortunately, gives him very little time for his artwork.
He has, however, found time to create Jamaica Land We Love an Android App, ( https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=appinventor.ai_willrobson.JAMAICA ) along with a website to support the app. The App is a development from a nostalgic collection of Jamaican photographs in the public domain, from contributors to social networking sites and the internet. This forms the basis for his photographic guide to Jamaica; the most visited pages being the "Historical Jamaica" section with almost 5000 photos from early colonial Jamaica to Independence. This is an ongoing project as more photos become digitally available. http://will-robson.smugmug.com/Jamaica/Historical-Jamaica
That was his story to date (2014).
2015: He started to take more photographs while still doing his day job, a builder.
Wollaton Deer in the Fog. published by National Geographic - Daily Dozen, Mar 05, 2018
Coots walking on Thin Ice in the Fog. Photo was selected to be Digitally showcased in the "Minimalism" exhibition at Art Nordic - Copenhagen, Denmark.( April 2018)