Tom Nagy: Lost Animals

Tom Nagy: Lost Animals
International Photography Grant 2019

Born in Germany, Tom Nagy was introduced to the world of photography at the young age of 15 when his father gave him his old Minolta camera. Upon graduating high school Tom opened his first studio and assisted in Germany and Paris for 5 years, before starting his career as a full time photographer in Hamburg. Vast, open spaces are Tom’s forte. Best known for his large scale photography, Tom loved to travel around the world for his global clients. He is fascinated by the immensity and drama of monumental spaces. These can range from epic landscapes, cityscapes, industrial facilities and architectural environments to simply large groupings of people, airplanes or skies. In all of his work, be it personal or commissioned, Tom strives to create images thet the viewer would want framed and hung on the wall.

His work has been shown in group exhibitions and he has lectured at several universities. He is a member of AOP in London and BFF in Germany.

Webiste: tomnagy.com

Lost Animals © Tom Nagy

Lost Animals © Tom Nagy

Lost Animals © Tom Nagy

Lost Animals © Tom Nagy

Lost Animals © Tom Nagy

Lost Animals © Tom Nagy

Lost Animals © Tom Nagy

Lost Animals © Tom Nagy

Lost Animals © Tom Nagy

Lost Animals © Tom Nagy

Lost Animals © Tom Nagy

Lost Animals © Tom Nagy

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International Photography Grant 2019