Tomáš Rasl (*1975), a graduate of FAMU, the Film and Television Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (1996–2003, photography, profs. Miroslav Vojtěchovský, Vladimír Kozlík, and Robert Silverio), works with both digital and analogue photography using the bromoil technique. In terms of motifs, he tends to focus on landscapes and studio installations. A member of the Český Dřevák group, he works in loose series created over the course of many years, constantly growing and always open to experimentation or taking different paths. Many photographs exist in a number of different versions, developed in a different manner to create an absolutely autonomous and separate work. One highly important theme in his work is the landscape, which he understands and sees through the eyes of a wanderer and sensitive observer. Rasl teaches at the Technical College of Graphic Arts and Secondary Technical School of Graphic Arts in Prague.