Tibor Galamb is an award winning international photographer, currently based in European Union (mainly United Kingdom, Hungary, Lithuania). He specialises in fashion and creative advertising photography and available for commissioned work in the EU and worldwide.

His first work consisted mainly of architecture and landscape images. After 3 years of studying civil engineering at Budapest University of Technology, he moved on to photography and completing his bachelor degree in Professional Photography at Abertay University of Dundee in 2013. During his study Tibor started working in different areas of photography to improve his skills and gain experience in working with clients.

The combination of his former experiences from the film industry and the civil engineering helped him to build up a strong and unique visual style. This visual style and the high quality results, quickly made him popular among creatives. Fashion magazines started to publish his images.
With a wide range of experience, Tibor is available for various assignments.

Member of the British Institute of Professional Photography (BIPP) and the Association of Photographers (AOP)
Awards
Sony World Photography Awards 2016 - National Awards 2nd place
Sony World Photography Awards 2016 - Commended
International Photography Awards 2015 Fashion Honorable Mention
International Photography Awards 2015 Beauty Honorable Mention
International Photography Awards 2014 Advertising Fashion 2nd Place
Degree ART The Signature Art Prize 2013 Finalist
Talenthouse Calendar Invite Finalist 2013
Rankin HUNGER Photo Contest People's choice Winner 2013
British Institute of Professional Photography 2013 Fashion & Advertising 2nd Place
Exhibitions
Degree ART The Signature Art Prize Finalist Exhibition, London, 2014
Fahey/Klein Gallery, Los Angeles, USA, 2013
Creative Exchange Centre, Edinburgh, UK, 2013
Free Range Exhibition, London, UK, 2013
Out of the Blue Drill Hall, Edinburgh, UK, 2013
Brass & Copper Gallery, Edinburgh, UK, 2013
Chambre desMetiers et de l’Artisanat de la Seine-Saint Denis, Paris, France, 2012
Out of the Blue Drill Hall, Edinburgh, UK, 2012