Official Website of TOMMY ANDERSON
Author | Producer | Screenwriter
Actor | Artist | Speaker
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Tommy Anderson is a best selling author and award winning photographer/artist living in the Los Angeles area. An accomplished screenwriter and Associate Producer on the film based on his best selling novel "Haboob Wind", Tommy is also an actor in both television and film.
Anderson is a founding member of VetPics Film Productions located in San Diego, California - an all veteran independent film production company. VetPics' first film (in post production), "Life after Oblivion", (based on the story 'Oblivion' for the San Diego Film Consortium's Armed Forces Film Challenge) was written and co-produced by Tommy.
In addition Tommy has co-hosted and has appeared on several Southern California radio talk show programs.
Most recently he was the face of the national Spotify commercial as the man with the dancing dog.
Tommy has written a new novel "Two Million Steps" which is now being in edited for publication.
Before moving to the Los Angeles area Tommy lived in Madison, Wisconsin. He was a career firefighter/paramedic with the Madison, WI Fire Department and retired from the US Air Force Air National Guard.
Tommy is a board member with US4Warriors Foundation, and a member of the Hollywood American Legion Post 43, Veterans in Media and Entertainment, and the US Press Association as well as a photo-journalist with the California American Legion Press Association.
TOMMY ANDERSON - WRITER
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction.” —Ronald Reagan A day of celebration and dedication to the heroes and survivors of 9/11 is suddenly disrupted by a long-planned terrorist attack. From the tumultuous battlefields of Saddam Hussein’s Iraqi deserts to the unsuspecting shores of the United States, Tommy Anderson brings to life an unsettling account of what could actually happen when thousands of sleeping warriors infiltrate the very fabric of American military and public safety agencies. Fueled by increasing acts of seemingly unrelated terrorism by ISIS militants, and unfettered over a couple decades of political unpreparedness, the Haboob Wind furiously builds to a suspenseful, violent climax. Don’t miss the page-turning, twist of events as three retired war buddies join forces to battle the storm.
Two Million Steps is a historical novel that follows two Union Soldiers, friends since teenagers, and their exploits as members of the Twenty Fifth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment from it's inception through the end of the war.
The Twenty Fifth Wisconsin was part of General Sherman's Army of the Tennessee in the wars southern campaign. The regiment lead a majority of the armies attacks and suffered the most causalities of any Union regiment in the southern campaign.
TWO MILLION STEPS
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Hi, I'm Tommy Anderson,
I have been doing photography for almost 40 years. I have now outside of my online gallery donate my photographic and art services to non profit organizations. I work with in their budgets and if needed to I will donate my services to specific organizations.
I also have become an accomplished graphic artist specializing in aircraft drawn and designed by myself replicating famous aircraft in history.
Non-Profit photography, clients include:
For the Families of Active Duty Military, Take me Home Huey Project, Crossroads Car Shows, Firefighters Quest for Burn Survivors, California American Legion Press Association, Corona, Chamber of Commerce, City of Corona, Riverside County, Richard M Nixon Presidential Library, Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, United States Marine Corps, Laughlin, NV Chamber of Commerce, Children's Miracle Network, Hollywood Star Car Central, California American Legion Press Association, 2nd Chances Rescue in Norco, The Vince Lombardi Cancer Center, Riverside County Fire Department Honor Guard, etc.
All photographs on this web site are fully protected by U.S. and international copyright laws, all rights reserved. The images may not be copied, reproduced, manipulated or used in any way, without written permission of Tommy Anderson or Time Passages Photography. Any unauthorized usage will be prosecuted to the full extent of U.S. Copyright Law.
'Tom is a patriot, professional and a service-minded individual who brings years of expertise and a strong vision to any project. I am honored to know him and call on him for his plethora of technical knowledge. His background in the military and in the fire department brings an authenticity to his writing and performance that cannot be duplicated."
The author's eye for detail and knowledge of military protocol and dialogue gave this story an aura of chilling realism. It became too real as I read along. I really enjoyed how antique aircraft played an important part in the story. Mr. Anderson's narrative was engaging and the pacing crisp. The tension built throughout the story, culminating in a gripping climax where I could finally take a breath. Very nicely done.
I found this book fascinating, It feels like it is both fact and fiction. I like the resolution down with a past generation of war planes to the rescue and manned by knowledgeable military.
Actually, without the past generations of war planes housed in museums, this story would have had a sad and empty ending. In reality this is one good reason to keep the older planes viable and visible.
When I started the book, it was easy to get into, but had to finish it in before I put it down.
Gregory L. Renz (Amazon Review)
News and Events
Thank you in advance for your patience during the Covid-19 pandemic.
For now please feel free to read Tommy's BLOG and we will update Tommy Anderson's 'News and Events' page as soon as possible.
Recent Book Signings and Appearances April, 2019- February, 2020
Norco Rotary (Private Event)
Association of Naval Aviation, Northridge CA
Rise Up Interview
On-air Radio Guest on the Andrea Kaye Show
On-Air Radio Guest on ‘Talk with Brett’
For any media inquiries, please contact publicist Susan J. Farese, SJF Communications:
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