In 1983 Tom Gunn designed and developed the film industry's first (micro based software-hardware bundle) for computerized digital film interlock editorial & archival (PFX System). Tom has been a prominent independent consulting engineer for satellite teleconferencing, video media communications and (CGI) computer graphics systems for Hughes Space & Communications, North American Northrup Aviation, Ford Aerospace Corp, and both consulted and represented Ikegami Electronics, Sony Broadcast Products, Hitachi Denshi America, Ltd., JVC, Panasonic, Toshiba, Grass Valley Group, Hedco Electronics, 3M, Yamaha Electronics, and numerous other broadcast video media technology developers and hardware manufacturers in conjunction with Video Systems Network of Marina Del Rey, Shoreline Teleproductions Systems, and AV-Craft of Hollywood, for "turn Key" systems design and deployment for entertainment and corporate media content with companies such as Universal Studios, NBC, ABC, Fox, and CBS Television Networks, General Telephone and numerous independent film and television producers and production companies.

With over three decades of experience as writer, producer, cinematographer, composer, media systems design consultant, and content developer in Hollywood, his client list spans an impressive array of entertainment communications companies including;

Paramount, Warner Brothers Television, Viacom, Universal Studios, Disney Studios, MGM-UA Worldwide Services, Tri-Star International, New World Pictures, Fox Television Network, CBS Television Network, National Geographic, American Red Cross, Hughes Satellite Systems, Turner Entertainment Company, and CCTV (Beijing) Central Chinese Television Network, among others.