Arkadiusz Tomiak is one of the most interesting cameramen of the young Polish generation. In 1995, he graduated from the Department of Camera at the National Film School in Łódži. He made his debut as an independent cinematographer with the film Przystań (1997) directed by Jan Hryniak. He shoots for Polish and foreign television, film and series productions. In 2000, he received a nomination for the Polish film award Orel for his camera film Far from the Window. He is a member of the Polish Association of Cameramen and the European Film Academy.