A recent graduate of Duncan of Jordanstone, Thomas has been exhibiting with ScotlandArt for two years. He currently lives and works in Glasgow, and the city is a constant inspiration to his work. Recently select as one of the Bloomsberg New Contemporary 2021 winners, Thomas Cameron is a excellent example of emerging talent in the uk, akin to internationally renowned previous winners of the prize such as Frank Auerbach and David Hockney. His work explores the everyday scenes that often go unnoticed through their apparent familiarity Thomas is particularly drawn to the urban landscape and the relationship between nature and the built environment. Film is a major influence in his work. He likens his paintings to still frames with the suggestion of a narrative, small parts of a bigger story. Most recently, Thomas' work in ScotlandArt caught the attention of the art department of Trainspotting 2, who used a piece in the film’s production. Through very clever use of perspective and a marked acuity for linear expression, the works of the present collection really do transform scenes in Glasgow we may have walked past a thousand times, yet never truly seen. Thomas Cameron is surely a name to watch.