Tim designed the British Air Services Memorial for the Cross and Cockade aviation historical society that was unveiled on the airfield at Saint Omer, France on 11th September 2004 by First World War veteran Henry Allingham.
As well as producing the initial artists impressions/ideas of the memorial for the project manager, Air-Vice Marshal Peter Dye OBE, Tim worked closely with a firm of environmental craftsmen and foundry to carve and sculpt the wooden/wax patterns by hand, for the bronze eagle, letters and aviator panel.
Tim also created artwork and patterns to produce squadron crests on the cast-iron bollards as well as designing the layout, drawing a map and line illustrations for a history panel.
So whether you are an architect, local authority, museum, restoration team, memorial committee or an individual requiring a design, artist's impression or pattern for anything from a small plaque to a large eagle, please contact Tim to discuss your project.
Tim's artwork can also be seen on an acid-etched plaque attached to a cairn dedicated to First World War soldiers in the village of Compton Chamberlayne, Wiltshire.
Prices on application.
Right: A picture gallery of images illustrating the finished memorial and the construction process.
"...unveiled on the airfield at Saint Omer, France on 11th September 2004 by First World War veteran Henry Allingham."