Tom Grasso's images show the truly stunning beauty of the natural environment and unspoiled landscapes from Chile and Argentina to Iceland and Norway, the USA and Canada to home in Western Australia. His photographs exude a palpable sense of tranquility and isolation, as well as a keen observation of the dramatic changes in conditions that come with the seasons.

Grasso has been captivated by landscape photography over the last 4 years, fuelled by his enthusiasm to travel and the thrill of finding new and exciting locations. The photographs in this exhibition include glaciers in Argentina, beach waterfalls in the United States and ice floes in Iceland. Closer to home, he shows images of pristine sand dunes at Lancelin and sublime south coast seascapes.

His show reads like a wish list of the must-see/must-photograph hot locations of the world such as Jökulsárlón, Skógafoss and Svartifoss in Iceland.

Grasso featured in a multiple page article in Digital Photography Magazine volume 41 (January 2015). He was awarded a silver award in Better Photography magazine’s 'Photograph of the Year 2015' competition in the 'classic landscape' category.

This screening coincides with the Grasso’s exhibit in the Central Gallery, Central Institute of Technology.

You can visit the exhibit in the Central Gallery from Monday to Friday: 10am–4.45pm. Saturday 12–4pm (except closed Saturday 19 March)

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Perth Cultural Centre Screen

Perth Cultural Centre, James Street Amphitheatre, (Bordered by Roe Street, Beaufort Street, Francis Street and William Street)

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