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Creative, easy-going, hard-working, and dedicated to professionalism, Tom Sobolik is continuing over 25 years of professional success. He specializes in architectural, corporate and editorial photography. While primarily working digitally, he still shoots film on request.

Tom began his career in 1978 as a photojournalist for the Concord Monitor in New Hampshire and for the Associated Press. He subsequently relocated to New York City where as a free-lancer for Black Star he traveled widely to places as remote as the far western desert of China. Assignments closer to home included a photo essay on the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine for Smithsonian Magazine.

Tom's photographs of the New York Stock Exchange, the "velvet revolution" in Czechoslovakia, Hurricane Hugo in South Carolina and a variety of other subjects appeared in major publications like Time, Newsweek, Business Week and in important European and Japanese magazines.

Through the years he has had a special interest in architectural photography. He has photographed many of New York's landmarks such as the Chrysler Building for Tishman Speyer Properties. He has recently worked for several other real estate developers including CB Richard Ellis and the Sage Group. He has recently done extensive residential photography for Cape Cod Life Magazine and Cape and Islands Home.

Diverse corporate assignments have taken him inside the reactor core of a nuclear power plant for Bechtel, to Times Square on the Millennium New Year for PSINet and to the offices of top executives like Jack Welch of General Electric and Rupert Murdoch. He has done work recently for Nike, Harley- Davidson, Pepsi and many other companies.