In Oracles, the elliptical suite of longing subjects suggest the intangible more than they render the physical, and so invite the experience of spiritual feeling. There is a sense that something important, from somewhere deep, is receding or emerging. These poignant symbols offer clues to the riddle of their own mysterious narratives: that the nebulous is always more illuminating than clarity.
Tim’s photos have been shown in solo and group exhibitions in Paris, Perpignan, London, Tokyo, FOAM Amsterdam, ICP New York, Olsen Irwin and Stills Gallery. His work has been collected in private collections in Australia, Holland, France, Japan, Canada, and the US, and in the permanent collection at The National Portrait Gallery of Australia. His prizes include World Press Photo, Leica Camera & Cannes awards, NY Festival and Australian National Portrait prizes.
Tim crosses the genres of film and photography by merging found moments and fine art. His work is featured in the New Yorker, National Geographic, Colors, NY Times and Rolling Stone Magazines.