I've enjoyed his intelligent and inquisitive approach and the fact that he has thrown himself in and tried to understand the different tastes and all the complex and subtle reasons why people make the choices they do. It ended up almost more social anthropology than aesthetics.
Here are some of the tapestries he produced to tell the stories he heard.
Of the three, the one that appeals to me the most is the Upper class one. It tells a powerful tale. I like the reference to hunting and I see a nod to a painting I have always loved in the couple beneath the tree; Gainsborough's Mr and Mrs Andrews.