Tom Galland is a young creative graphic designer and photographer, who aspires to and is determined to achieve the best possible. He describes his work as "original, unique and professional".
Where did you train, and what did you specialise in?
I’m self-taught using online tutorials and my own personal research.
What's your favourite tool?
What techniques to do you use most?
Photoshop’s Layers and Pen tools because they create a good starting effect that can be developed in a number of ways.
What’s your favourite piece you've created?
Car Exposure because I enjoyed the practicality and creativity of the piece, and how I developed it through Photoshop.
What kinds of materials do you work with?
A Canon 550D camera, and Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and InDesign.
What (if any) computer packages do you use?
Adobe Creative Suite
Which clients have you worked for, and where have you exhibited your work?
Clients have included Our Day Remains, The Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund, Lostock Hall Academy and Subculture Clothing.
What inspires you?
The prospect of being globally known for my creativity and the desire to reach my maximum potential.
Favourite websites / blogs?
Traffic pro-longed aperture
Girl portrait in coloured smoke
Classic Beatles twist in a neon glow
Two photos merged
Rubber tool on a portrait
High pass effect on a high aperture setting from an original photograph