Images and Interviews


Welcome to my personal tribute to world-reknowned artist, musician, composer and creative visionary Thomas Morgan Dolby Robertson. My hope in these pages is to create a genuine portrait of this brilliant and complex artist in the truest way I possibly can - through his own words and images.

Please browse the active links below. In connecting pages you'll read quotes from various interviews Thomas has given throughout his music career, from his early days with Bruce Woolley and the Camera Club to his current work at his own company, Beatnik, Inc., with its focus on bringing revolutionary web-based music-making, production and delivery techniques within reach of artists everywhere. In these connecting pages you will also find photographic portraits of Thomas at the various stages of his career. This page is currently undergoing continuous renovation and reconstruction as all of the interviews and photographs in my collection are added, and new links are activated, so please return frequently.

You will also find a link to a FAQ for Alloy, my mailing list for fans of Thomas Dolby. New members are always welcome. Please consider joining us!



1984 - Thomas Dolby in Los Angeles, "The Flat Earth" US tour continues
1985 - Thomas Dolby with Ryuichi Sakamoto
1986 - Thomas Dolby, collaborations with Joni Mitchell, work on film scores
1988 - Thomas Dolby, Mike Kapitan, "Aliens Ate My Buick" and the Lost Toy People
1992 - Thomas Dolby, the making of "Astronauts and Heretics"