Tom graduated with a BA Hons in Architecture from The Arts school Central Saint Martins. After graduating Tom worked for the architecture studio Stanton Williams, where his career shifted to theatre set Design. Tom worked at multiple well known locations including National Theatre, Royal Court, London’s West End, Northern Stage and Sheffield Crucible. His work has been exhibited at the V&A, and was commissioned by the National Trust to create work concerned with widening participation and interaction with their many heritage sites. Tom was commissioned a second time by the Cultural Olympic Committee for an immersive, site-specific performance as part of the Cultural Art Festival. The last of Tom’s theatre work was with the Immersive West End theatre company PunchDrunk on the critically acclaimed A Drowned Man

Tom was prompted to apply to the Royal College of Art’s school, The National Film and Television School after an award from the Sunday Times for Spirit In Innovation. His MA in Production Design involved working across a variety of projects including stop-motion animation, short fiction films and several virtual reality experiences and games.  He is currently a member of the BAFTA Crew. Tom is a guest lecturer and speaker at the Royal College, Ravensbourne & Westminster University. His credits in the Art department include BBC, HBO, Netflix, Marvel & Disney. Please follow the link to his IMDB page for his most recent Projects.