Adam Burch is a pilot, aerospace engineer, and artist currently residing in Oregon. His artwork is a combination of historical research, traditional drawing, computer modeling and digital painting. By using technology to recreate a moment in time, it allows Adam to use vast amounts of detail to accurately tell stories that may have otherwise been forgotten. There is no "easy button" on the computer to create this art.
Each piece is the result of many hours researching technical data and first hand accounts. This information is used to digitally construct a detailed model of the subject, which is then painted, texutred, lit, composed and finalized. His art can be seen in the studies of many pilots, veterans and history enthusiasts from around the globe, as well as the National Museum of Naval Aviation in Pensacola, Florida and the Wings Over the Rockies Museum in Denver, Colorado