Exmoor Print by Tom Shaw
Tom Shaw is an award winning photographer specialising in sport and portraiture. He spent 15 years of his career as a staff photographer for Getty Images, photographing many of the worlds top sporting events from World Cups to the Ashes, Olympics and Paralympic Games. Since leaving Getty Images he has pursued his own personal work, commercial and portrait photography.
In 2006 he won the SJA Specialist Sports Photographer of the Year award for his work on the Ashes cricket in 2005. In 2012 he had an image selected in exhibition the prestigious Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait prize and shown in the National Portrait Gallery.
Printed to order. Lead time approximately 3 weeks.
Limited Edition of 5
Materials & Finishes
Print only / Large: 1000 x 1500mm
Framed: H1030 x L1530 x D45mm
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Eligible for return within 14 days
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