“Tom is not only knowledgeable about technical issues of photography—and various cameras and accessories—he is also a thoughtful and patient instructor who pays careful attention to his students and picks up on places where there may be confusion or problems. I learned a ton from Tom!” - S. Cobb

Thank You for the instruction, wisdom and maybe most of all patience you have provided me over the years.  Your workshops have contributed greatly in helping me to improve my photography skills and have provided the tools to maximize the "fun" in shooting. - David B.

“I have taken two of Tom’s classes, DSLR Workshop and Advanced DSLR Workshop, and I thoroughly enjoyed them both. Tom is very knowledgeable and is able to explain things in a way that makes them more understandable. I highly recommend Tom as instructor and as mentor.” – Steve Zinski  

Tom Veazey
804.740.0742 - direct
804.370.1106 - mobile

1710 Windingridge Court
Richmond, VA 23238

Tom Veazey, a Richmond native and UofR graduate, began his career in advertising and marketing and developed his passion for photography at an early age.

Tom began working as a professional photographer in 2009 and started teaching DSLR photography workshops at the University of Richmond in 2011.  Since then over 200 photographers have enjoyed and benefited from his workshops. 

In addition, Tom provides photography training and instruction to individuals and group - from the beginner to the advanced photographer.  

Tom works with a number of regional and national sports photography groups and is a free-lance photographer for the Richmond Times-Dispatch as well as regional sports publications and websites.

He enjoys photographing families and children, architecture, social and lifestyle events, sports and action, and studio 2 and 3-dimensional subjects. Recent shows of his work include the Gallery at UNOS and a featured exhibit at ART WORKS. He continues to donate photography services to the World Pediatric Project, the Richmond Ballet and UNOS.  Additionally, he recently published 2 books of his work.