Tom has been producing sculptural work to the highest standard for over a decade. He has won the prestigious “Carver of the Year” awards from both the Master Carvers’ Association and the Worshipful Company of Masons. As well as being a highly respected craftsmen Tom is also known for his ability to design and create sculptures that are uniquely his own whilst remaining true to his clients’ vision. Creating work to suit any site or context, Tom has completed high profile architectural and ornamental sculpture commissions.
In 2012 Tom was awarded the opportunity to be a key part of the core team of seven sculptors who worked on producing the Heraldic Ornamentation for H.M. The Queen's Diamond Jubilee barge project. Modelled in clay, the monumental sculptures were then cast in resin and gilded. Other notable projects have included carving six large brick architectural relief sculptures on a mansion block near Sloane Square in London, carving a bespoke sculpture to his own design at St Georges Chapel, Windsor and also winning the Ripon Cathedral Gargoyle competition in 2015.
Tom also shows his design and sculptural work at major galleries and exhibitions in London including Thompson’s Gallery of Marylebone, The Mall Galleries in Westminster and the Coronation Festival in Buckingham Palace.
A keen artist, Tom always aims to expand upon his traditional skill-base to create highly expressionistic and energetic work for both speculative and commissioned pieces. His main concern as an artist is to convey a sense of life and movement.