Tim has been involved in image making around surfing and adventure for the last 19 years. Originally starting as a film maker, Tim spent six years on the road, contributing and making 14 films and documentaries around surfing and travel. He then settled in North Cornwall in The UK and started to focus on photography, drawing inspiration from sharing an office with The Surfers Path magazine and the world around. Tim then went on to first photo edit and be staff photographer at Europe’s longest running surfing magazine Wavelength, before spending five years as editor and photographer. During that time he also photo edited and wrote the coffee table book Surfing which has sold over 20,000 copies world wide. He is now a freelance photographer and writer specialising in surfing and adventure photography. Tim has just released his second coffee table book Numb, tales of adventure from Canada, Norway, Iceland and Scotland with friends Timmy Turner and co-author Ian Battrick.
Since then he has turned his lens to environmental issues with The Plastic Project. It's an educational project bringing surf photographers together to shoot their environments and make them available as educational resources to create a movement - Adventure with Purpose.