Tim's interest in photography goes back to his early teens after receiving his first camera, and was reignited after purchasing a digital camera in 2007.
In recent years he has travelled overseas several times, including living in Paris for over a year and now he lives in the UK. He's been able to explore and record these destinations with his camera. This led to Tim being accepted as an Associated Exhibitor at the 2017 Head On Photo Festival in Sydney for his Haut Marais project, which documents the people and places of the Parisian district he lived in with his family during 2014/15.
While living in Paris Tim worked as a freelance photojournalist, contributing to the now-defunct Demotix agency, being published in a number of international news publications, including Time.com, The London Times, the UK Telegraph, de Tijd, and he was commissioned by the UK Guardian newspaper. He covered major events including the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack and subsequent protests, the removal of 'Love Locks' in Paris, fashion shows and rising tensions between the Jewish and Islamic communities in France. More recently, since moving to the UK, he has been contributing to Alamy.
One of his other great passions is rugby. Tim has been fortunate enough to shoot Super Rugby in Australia over a number of years, International matches in Australia, France and Wales, as well as the Top 14 Rugby Final in Paris in 2015. He has been a regular contributor to Green and Gold Rugby and The Roar. More recently his images were published in the award winning The Rugby Journal.
Tim's love of sport has also seen him cover the final stage of the Tour de France in 2014 & 15, along with the Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping.
Tim’s commercial clients have include the Australian Sports Commission, the ACT Government's Land Development Agency, Brabham Branding and Blackwell's, producing headshots, portraits, stock imagery and events photography.
Tim’s fine art work has been shown in galleries in Sydney, Canberra, Wollongong and Melbourne, Australia.
Tim is currently living and working in Oxford, United Kingdom.
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