Photography Work:

Tomas Daugirdas Racys is a commercial photographer currently based in the West Midlands, UK. Tomas creates his art-work in Scotland, Bristol, across the UK and abroad. Image quality and strong dramatic scenery are the signature features of Tomas' photography.

Landscapes
Tomas' landscapes feature the region’s landmarks, such as Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol, the victorian Clevedon pier, as well as beautiful dramatic nature scenes and seascapes. Tomas strives to create dynamic and visually appealing images, while paying attention to the finest details. Landscape photography, hiking and exploration of nature are Tomas favourite hobbies which really helps to drive the creative process. Dramatic landscape photography requires a lot of skill, experience, careful planning, innovative ideas, local knowledge and inevitably a little bit of luck. Tomas has spent countless days photographing South West England, Wales and ventured as far as the sunny Greece, crossed the USA and travelled high up in the French and Swiss Alps. Every time there is always something new and unique - a different angle, different light or a sequence of events. This makes photography really exciting and involving which translates into breathtaking images available to the clients.

Commercial work
Tomas would be pleased to arrange portrait sessions, photograph weddings, parties, baptisms and corporate receptions. He also specialises in real estate and architecture and may work with horses and pets. It may be possible to work at the clients home, on-location and outdoors - the possibilities are really endless in Scotland, England and beyond. Customer satisfaction is Tomas' top priority.

Tomas can also provide landscape or portrait photography tuition and digital editing workflow workshops using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. Please contact Tomas for more details.

Publications, current and previous customers:

AirBnB
Bray Leino
Bristol Guild of Applied Art
Bristol City Council
First Great Western
NHS
OXFAM
School of Chemistry, University of Bristol
VisitBritain

major UK newspapers and magazines

major hotel chains