Param Tomanec's practice is looking into visual poetry. He has gained experience with a variety of films, from 35mm to 5x4 large format photography and is also highly skilled in the digital domain. Param absorbs himself in every stage of the image creation.
In 2008 Sri Chaitanya Prema Sansthana institute in Vrindavana (India) honoured Param with recognition as Artist-in-Residence. The Institute hosted photographers such as Fazal Sheikh, Robert Polidori, Paul Wakefield and Robin Beeche among many others. Since 2009 Param is also Artist-in-Residence at the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, a Recognised Independent Centre of the University of Oxford, through which he publishes his work. Param's still and moving pictures are used at Universities across the world for courses on Indian life, culture and art.
Param is currently completing a self-financed digital film entitled RASA YATRA.
RASA YATRA (2012) - 50 minutes, completed. (India, UK)
NISKALA PAPUTAN (2007) - 14 minutes, a student short from stills. (Indonesia, UK)
Brill's Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Volume II, in "Puja and Darshana", by Kenneth R. Valpey, 2010. (photography)
Martin Gurvich and Tryna Lyons, Museum of Sacred Art: Living Traditions in India Art: Mapin Publishing, 2010. (graphics concept, design & photography)
Artist in Residence in Oxford (UK) and Vrindavana (India).
2009 - Bachelor of Arts, Westminster University London, graduated with First-class honours.
2002 - Thames Valley University, London - Certificate of lifelong learning in Photography - Achievement in Documentary Photography.…Read More