Commissions have included Illuminated Addresses to celebrate the Freedom of the City of London to His Royal Highness the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, as well as an illuminated address to celebrate the 100th birthday of H.M. Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, for the City of London. Other honorary addresses include scrolls for Chancellor Helmut Kohl and for the Queen of Denmark when they were given Honorary Freedom of the City of London, and Aldermasonic scrolls for the Lord Mayor of London, Exeter City Council, City of Plymouth, and several Worshipful Companies within the City of London.
Other clients include Glastonbury Abbey and Neil has also been the “hand extra” seen writing the works of Samuel T. Coleridge in the film Pandemonium, released in 2001. He was responsible for all of the hand-written work, which was an essential element throughout the film.
Neil helped produce many of the line drawings entered into Burkes Peerage, and continues to to be involved with Burkes Peerage.
Since attending the 2006 International Heraldic Congress at St. Andrews, Neil has been very busy producing examples of Arms, and Honorary Scrolls for companies such as Fattorini Ltd.
His largest and most exciting commission to date is the ongoing production of the Robilant Genealogy. Commissioned by Count Edmondo di Robilant, Neil has been working on a vast Heraldic Tree consisting of over 100 coats of arms, a medieval scene and gilded acorns and leaves throughout. The design has been hand drawn and has been produced on four pages of vellum stretched over a board about 5ft high and 4ft wide.
It is hoped that this will be completed by the end of the year after four years of production. Images will be shared on the web site.
Neil has just finished an illuminated Grant of Arms for Clanland. This is an exciting opportunity for Clans’ people to receive a full colour print with gold foil block and personalized.