Daugirdas Tomas Racys is a landscape, nature and portrait photographer based in Bristol, South West England. Tomas creates his own photographs in Bristol city, neighbouring towns, coastline and national parks in the West Country and Wales. His landscapes feature the region’s landmarks, such as Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol, Victorian Clevedon pier, as well as beautiful nature scenes and seascapes. Tomas likes to experiment with his work, and create dynamic and visually appealing images, paying attention to the finest details.
Tomas also has strong photographic interests in portraiture, events and wedding photography and would happily arrange portrait sessions, photograph concerts, parties, weddings, baptisms and corporate receptions. Tomas may also work with horses, pets, photograph local sports competitions, interior and exterior architecture and much more. It may be possible to work at the clients home, on-location and outdoors - the possibilities are really endless in Bristol and beyond. Tomas can also provide help with beginner level SLR photography and digital editing workflow. Please contact me for more details.
Tomas was born in Vilnius in 1984. He has since moved to England to complete his Masters degree in Chemistry at the University of Warwick, where he also gained an interest in professional photography. In 2009, Tomas moved to Bristol and joined the University of Bristol as a postgraduate researcher. Science plays an important part in Tomas’ life and has an influence to his artwork style and expression.
Current and previous customers include:
Bristol Guild of Applied Art