About Tim


Since pictures speak lots and lots of words, the latest pics from my instagram feed are above…

Tim's background

I’m a self-confessed geek, with a passion for technology, travelling and photography. Interested in photography from a relatively young age, my interest finished abruptly when the camera met rock. Rock won. I moved over to New York, and found photography again in the form of a not-so-sleek SLR. My images are mostly travel and landscape related. Some of my images have been awarded National Geographic’s “Photo of the Day” as well as International Photo Awards honorable mentions.

I’m a believer in “If it ain’t broke, make it better anyway!” and I have the ability to observe new environments and objects and see them from a different perspective!

Awards and publicity

Photography Masters Cup, Nominee (Abstract and Fine Art)
Black and White Spider Awards, Nominee (Still Life and Architecture) 

Photography Masters Cup, Nominee (Abstract)
Black and White Spider Awards, Nominee

International Photography Awards, Second Place (Travel and Tourism)
International Aperture Awards – Bronze Award (Abstract)
Photography Masters Cup, Nominee (Architecture)

International Photography Awards, Honorable Mention (Architecture)


Other stuff about Tim

Lego Head I have well over 10,000 hours of IT Support experience, and I’m lucky enough to have squeezed in some travel time, taking me to South East Asia, Australasia, the Americas and Europe.

I’ve been known to make Lego costumes, and there are a few videos of the Halloween lego costumes on youtube, which still make me chuckle. The lego heads even had fans soldered into them to keep us cool. We have been tempted into the Halloween costume making ritual ever since. I have my PADI Advanced Open Water Diver certification, as well as a degree in Computer Information Systems and I’m an Apple Certified Support Professional (ACSP) 10.8, Apple Certified Technical Coordinator (ACTC) 10.8 and an Apple Certified System Administrator (ACSA) 10.6 - so if you need your Mac or Server fixing at 100 feet under the ocean, let me know.

Bonus fact: I’ve also been in a movie!
Ok, so it was only for a few seconds, and I was dressed as the Lego person in New York Halloween parade at the time, but still…