The textural, the unusual & the compelling

... defined by the interplay of light and shadow


From Football to Photography

 Fine Art Photographer Tom Smith is a former University of Miami standout running back and a member of the Miami Dolphins 1973 Super Bowl Championship team.  The winner of Grove House Gallery’s 2010 “Miami Moments” exhibition developed his affinity for fine art photography in the early 1970s while studying graphic design in college. Ever since, he has been capturing the textural, the unusual and the compelling through his camera lens.  

Sharing Stories


Smith’s broad body of work is defined both by the striking interplay of light and shadow cast at dawn or dusk, and by his unorthodox, unmanipulated interpretation of the natural and material worlds. Alligators, Biscayne Bay, Boat Hulls and Matheson Hammock are among his favored subjects.