Tom Arma Art Prints

Tom Arma, began his photographic career as a teenager when he was hired by the largest circulation newspaper of its time, the New York Daily News, as their youngest staff photographer. After several years of covering "hard" news, and hundreds of journalism awards later, he asked for reassignment to the Magazine section of the paper. It is there where, in color, he photographed the most famous stars of the time from his home base, The Beverly Hills Hotel. Mega-stars such as Clint Eastwood, Paul Newman, Jack Nicholson, and Michael Caine, to name a few were the subjects of his covers. After years of daily deadlines, Tom decided to leave the world of journalism to open his own studio, concentrating on magazine and advertising work. He shot successful campaigns for Fortune 500 companies, as well as covers for Time, People, Money, French Photo, and Ladies Home Journal. In 1972 he began his work with babies. Tom was hooked, all the freshness he felt as a teenager shooting his first images came into play, as he saw he could capture the totally uninhibited beauty of a child. From that first assignment numerous others followed, and now, as the New York Times reported he is "the most published baby photographer in the world." (9 Feb 1997). In the 1980's his work with costumed children graced the covers of magazines, including consecutive Christmas covers for Ladies Home Journal. In early 1990, to express his ecological concerns, Tom created his Please Save the Animals series of posters and greeting cards. This series of babies dressed in animal outfits designed by Tom was a huge success in Great Britain, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

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