My name is Thomas Fusaro and I am an Freelance Photographer, Graphic Designer, and Web Developer. I have worked in the industry for about 8 years, completing various projects with a number of clients. I am a trained network engineer that has used my years of running networks to help in the design of brilliant websites that work across many platforms. I also use my understanding of computers to assist me in my post processing of photos and learning the ins and outs of the latest industry software.

I recently added Photography to the list of services that I offer. You can catch some of my photos in my blog, but most will be posted at hosted by SmugMug. If you have interest in any of my services drop me a line.

I try to stay up to date with the ever changing world of digital art. This is not an easy task, it is one fastest growing industries in the world. As new technologies are developed there are new software, techneiques, processes, and medias to deal with. I keep myself informed by the following:


blogging has become a necessity in the industry of graphic design. Though I am new to the idea of typing out my experience, I have started authoring blog posts and converted my **portfolio to a blog format. If you would like to author an article in my blog or would like me to author one for yours drop me a line.


The ever evolving field of Design cause me to learn as much as I can. When I’m not working on a clients project I am reading books published by leading designers, photographers, educators, and technology professionals. For a list of suggested books follow my blog posts. I also attend classes, attempt tutorials, and attend seminars to help improve my techniques.


The greatest tool designers have are other designers. I am constantly visiting and participating in other designer’s blogs, reading books, and scouring the web for more information on techniques and common practices. I also keep up with the latest web development practices. I maintain a list of blogs and forums I frequent on the side bar.

** I would like to apologize for the limited portfolio, I lost a lot of my works in a fire in 2010.