Tom Nagy spent two weeks in Rome shooting a great photo essay for a special edition of GEO Magazine. Armed with ladders, cameras and his assistant, he took a taxi ride through the city and photographed the same locations up to five times to catch the best light. Each building featured represents a particular period from over 2500 years of history.
Commissioned by Goodby Siverstein and Partners, Tom shot two motifs for Adobe. 70 extras and a large team - including a CGI operator - helped to create this extraordinary image. The second motif will be featured in a future Showcase.
For Euro RSCG Paris Tom photographed five motifs for Oseo in Paris and London. He is currently working on a range of motifs for HSBC private banking, an additional motif for an ongoing campaign for Zurich Insurance, and a display for Samsung.
Check out his relaunched website with new categories and a stock section with more than 500 images.
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