Born on May 26, 1987 in Kutná Hora, studied film direction at the Film School in Zlín and then took his MA at FAMU, having specialised in editing. As an editor he worked on the winning spot Nomis in the Best Videospot Contest on the Češinci topic, held by Man in Need in 2012. Despite short filmography he has received numerous awards for his work – his graduation film Alzheimer’s Labyrinth was awarded at the Philophical Film Festival in Krakow 2009 and at Brněnská šestnátka in 2009; a first-year FAMU film Utři rohlíky (Wipe the Rolls) was awarded atFAMUfestu 2010 and Young Camera in Uničov 2011, his graduate work at FAMU, the film The Subterranean River of Didactics, was awarded at FAMUfest in 2012. Besides directing his own films he edits films by his colleagues and acts as the camera man of feature films, documentaries, music and commercial spots.
Tomáš is currently working on a feautre-length documentary film Instrument of War (in production) and his fiction feature debut, Too Close (in development). Both films are produced by 8Heads Productions.