Timothy is a photographer who likes to tell the stories of life as they unfold. He seeks to capture people in their joyous moments, their curious moments and especially their commonplace moments of being exactly who they are.
"Weddings are really enjoyable to photograph. It's intense and demanding, but I get to be a part of the joyful journey and by the end of the day I'm laughing with people I feel like I've known for much more than 6 or 7 hours. Beyond the key shots that I must get, there's so many other moments and faces and artistic possibilities along the way that I'm almost constantly having fun and working hard. By the end of the day I'm usually relieved, satisfied and exhausted."
Growing up on a very scenic farm near Lake Taupo, Timothy spent years developing his craft photographing the charming faces of flowers, cats, birds, ferns, bugs, sheep, deer, cows, teapots, trinkets, tools, sheds, spiderwebs, sunrises, the moon and his brother Joel. Also, lets not forget all those self-portraits. Photographers are allowed to do that without it being called vain. Apparently.
Tripods, icey mornings, moonlit nights, golden meadows, glistening foliage and furry friends were left behind when he ventoured into the great city of Hamilton to Study Computer Graphic Design at university.