Let me introduce myself:
Tomas MacDonald-Wilson, 35 years old, based in Liverpool, England. I have been a professional photographer and cinematographer since 2006, having graduated in 2007 and have worked between Scotland, North West England & London since.
At the start of 2017 the decision was made to invest heavily in high-end 4K production grade cameras and cinema lenses including two Anamorphic primes. This being a full new cinematic 4K rig along with a full external 16 channel sound for off-camera audio recording and plan to continue to expand this over the next 3 years.
As a professional creative I'm always searching for new perspectives outside the box and avoiding the ordinary. I love this challenge and every moment behind the camera.
I love my job.
CLIENTS & COMMISSIONED[/b]
.The Malcolm Group
.Whisky for Girls
.Glasgow City Council
.Ionad Chaluim Chille ìle
.The Art Club Ltd
.Icy May Glasgow
.Tower Stores Ltd
.Open House Event Management
.Seascape Solutions Ltd
Reviewing shots on location after second shoot
.AMEE (Association for Medical Education in Europe)
.Argyll & Bute Council
.Highlands & Islands Enterprise
.ReJig Islay & Jura.
.Argyll hotel, Dunoon
.Esplanade Hotel, Dunoon
.Royal Marine Hotel, Dunoon
.Canned Haggis Ceilidh band
.Strathclyde Police (Police Scotland)
.NU Image Showreels
Location fashion shoot at Holy Loch Marina in Argyll SCOTLAND
Ixworth Art Gallery (Group exhibition 2000) (Private exhibition 2002)
The LUV Gallery (Group exhibition 2005)
Ionad Chaluim Chille ìle (Private exhibition 2011)
The 'An Currach' exhibition celebrating Islay's maritime heritage and the Currach with images by Tomas
commissioned by Ionad Chaluim Chille ìle management and are seen here on display at the
Columba Centre 'ICCI' in 2013.
With Thanks to the following people that made letsbeunique.com possible.
Laura Howitt for wording & initial setup of letsbeunique.com.
Joanna Furgal for creative ideas and 'keeping the vision & positivity'.
To all my fantastic clients for making this all possible.
This website is dedicated in memory to my grandmother Lilly Francis Wilson (1919-2008)
whose constant support, investment and encouragement in my photographic endeavors encouraged me never to give up.