Tom graduated with a BA in Architecture from Central Saint Martins in 2013. His training and employment has always been multi-disciplined – after graduating he worked for the architecture studio Stanton Williams and eventually the ¬†National Theatre. This multifaceted and inter-disciplinary approach has been central to Tom’s professional practice. In 2010, Tom’s work was exhibited at the Victorian and Albert Museum, and was then commissioned by the National Trust to create work concerned with widening participation and interaction with their many heritage sites. He was commissioned again by the 2012 Cultural Olympic Committee for a immersive, site-specific and multi-media experience on Canary Wharf. He continued to specialise in interactive theatre events in the West End, working with award-winning theatre company PunchDrunk on A Drowned Man.

Tom was prompted to apply to the National Film and Television School after an award from the Sunday Times for Spirit In Innovation. His MA in Production Design was rigorous – while at the NFTS he worked across a variety of project including stop-motion animation, short fiction films shot digitally and on film, trailers and several virtual reality experiences and games. Tom’s professional Film and Television experience follow the link to his IMDB at the top of the page.¬†