Teucer studied stonemasonry and architectural carving at Weymouth College before learning the art of letter-cutting at the Richard Kindersley studio in London.
He produces a variety of work including sculptures for private settings and public art projects, garden pieces, signage and memorial work. He enjoys making anything from three dimensional abstract sculptures to more functional work such as birdbaths, sundials, seating, house name plaques and headstones. He generally works to commission, mainly in limestone, sandstone and slate, although he has also worked in wood, glass, stainless steel and cast iron.
Daniel is a Norfolk based stone carver and letter cutter, is acclaimed for his memorials, commemorative plaques and ground-breaking conceptual sculptures.
Meek, who trained in architectural stonemasonry, carving and letter cutting at Bath – he qualified in 1995 – has worked on many of the country’s major restoration projects, including St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. For some years, as a member of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission’s stone-masonry and letter carving team, he was responsible for restoring First and Second World War monuments across the country.
Today, in addition to creating his own work, he acts as Teucer Wilson’s assistant and letter carver.