At a young age Thomas became fascinated with the beauty of the world. Picking up a camera only felt natural to him. With his keen eye for light, color, and dramatic imagery, Thomas is in constant search for his next shot.
A self-taught landscape photographer, Thomas has spent nearly a decade capturing vibrant landscapes. Passion is the key to Thomas's photography, and he will stop at nothing to get the shot. He is not afraid to be battered by crashing waves, traverse up rugged mountains, or be pelted by freezing rains. At these moments, Mother Nature reveals her power and beauty, resulting in Thomas’s collection of dramatic images.
His dedication to the art of photography has manifested itself in a list of accolades. Thomas started gaining recognition locally by entering his art in regional competitions. He later aspired to be nationally recognized for his talent. That dream became a reality when in 2014 three of his photographs were awarded by the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. These photographs were exhibited the Wilderness Forever showcase and are now held in the Smithsonian’s permanent collection. Thomas is honored to not only receive prestigious awards for his photography, but also to be recognized in an exhibition that focuses on the preservation and conservation of America's great landscapes.
Thomas focuses on cutting edge camera techniques to bring you world class photographic prints for your home or business. Each limited edition photograph is printed using the world’s highest quality printing materials and techniques. Fujiflex Crystal Archive Paper, ChromaLuxe Metal, and Lumachrome Acrylic bring each photograph to life giving them a 3-dimensional appearance. You really feel as if you are in the photograph.
Thomas’s limited edition images have earned him a loyal following of collectors throughout the country. Join Thomas's journey as he shares these spectacular landscapes with you.
Thomas is pictured here in the Smithsonian Museum next to his highly awarded and collected image “Mystic Falls”