Studio TWS under the creative direction of Tim White-Sobieski  is one of  the most advanced art, design, multimedia, light and art film production studios in the USA and Europe.  
Studio  invents unique technologies in 3-dimensional media, multimedia arts, architectural light and merges art projects with urban and architectural environment of any scale.
It has several Guinness records to its name for the biggest multimedia art installation projects.
The studio focuses on the projects in art and design, collaboration with architectural companies, creating three-dimensional light art installations, resolution-free vector video art, multimedia design programming/coding, RGB LED light programming of any scale, and cityscape light planning. It works in film and video art direction & production, 8K cinematography, photography, resolution-free film editing, creation and control of architectural multimedia environments.
Studio TWS has art spaces in New York, Berlin and Monaco and has been working in the art and design field since 1983, developing its technologies along with the progress of Apple and Microsoft.
Studio TWS collaborates with the most advanced companies in the light  industry like Zumtobel Group, Philips, Osram-Sylvania, Barco, Martin Professional, Targetti and others companies worldwide.
Art projects were shown in various museums, public art spaces, institutions, art biennales, film festivals, and in at more than 40 art  institutions worldwide.
Collaborations with architectural studios include Zaha Hadid Architects, Peter Marino Architects, Eric Carlson/Carbondale, Shigeru Ban Architects, David McNulty/Louis Vuitton Malletier Architects and others. Art designs and works were acquired by major group companies like LVMH group worldwide, Swatch Group, Kering group, Graff Diamonds, UBS, Citibank New York, JPMorgan Chase Bank New York, ING group (Brussels/Amsterdam), AXA Financial, PricewaterhouseCoopers and more than 150  collections worldwide.