Tom Skipp has worked in the Creative Industries for 15 years. As a graphic designer with Peter Saville and Vaughan Oliver he was exposed to two of the most creative minds in Music Sleeve design. Tom has gone on to be an Art Director at EMI and worked leading the creative direction for Kasabian and Mumford & Sons.
Moving to Rwanda for 8 months to Art Direct a charity magazine called Ni Nyampinga, aimed at improving the lives of girls and young women, changed his direction. Looking to do things that genuinely help people, Tom is intrigued by the boundaries of human interaction, gaining trust through photography and the split second exchange of the moment.
BBC, Grazia magazine, The Gourmand, The Guardian, Jocks and Nerds magazine, De Morgen, The New Zealand Herald, Oxfam, Unicef, Wired.