Born in Firenze in 1989, Marco Tomaselli, also know as “Toma”, began studying photography at a very early age.

Creativity and the desire to improve led him to attend the Academy of Digital Arts in Florence and many workshops all around Italy.

In 2010 he moved to London, continuing his work as a photographer and perfecting both eye and technique.

After his return to Italy in 2011, he started to collaborate in american TV shows such as “Extra Virgin” #1 and #2 (Cooking Channel), “Jersey Shore” #4 (MTV) Madonna’s music video “Turn Up The Radio” and many more.

Over the following three years Toma continued his career as a cinematographer on the feature film “Sereno Anche Domani” directed by Giuseppe Golisano, Vania Baldi’s segment of the documentary “Springsteen and I” produced by Ridley Scott and distributed all around the world.

In 2013, at just 24 years old, he received the coveted O-1 working visa for hi extraordinary ability in the arts in motion picture industry. After many music videos and short films, he got the opportunity to shoot “Scumbag” his first US feature film, directed by Mars Roberge (release in 2017).
On May 2016 the short “Over Again” by Marc Pannia, where Toma directed the photography, got selected at the Court Métrage section of the prestigious Festival de Cannes. In the same year he also became an active member of the International Cinematographers Guild – Local 600, with the possibility to be part of both Union and NonUnion projects.

Toma is now searching for his next adventure…