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Tomas Falmer’s photographs have a distinctly architectural point of view, which becomes apparent in his recurrent use of geometric lines, shadows and preference for natural light. His work is defined by subtle elegance with a classic appeal.
Tomas Falmer could easily have become an architect instead of photographer. His recurring use of geometric lines, shadows and natural light reveals a distinctly architectural point of view. In his work on fashion, this translates into an almost minimalist aesthetics, further enhanced by his Scandinavian approach. But, after spending ten years in London, working as a photographer in British fashion, Tomas Falmer has developed a more international sense of style. He has a keen eye for both menswear and womenswear, and his portfolio holds both campaigns for premium brands as well as editorials for niche fashion magazines. Clients include Piaget, GQ, H&M, Amica, Harrods, Esquire and Liberty of London. What unites his work is the subtle elegance that he adds to his imagery, in this way creating images with a classic appeal.