My objective is to create images using the subtleties of natural light. I aim to ensure that each picture is artistically and technically excellent. I adhere to the principle that the image be created in camera and I work hard to achieve this essential objective. Ultimately I hope to draw the viewer in to an image and make them feel as if they were there at the time of capture.
I am driven by a love of the landscape and scenery of the British Isles. During the last few years my work has evolved and now includes monochrome work as well as urban landscapes and architecture.
In November 2011 I was awarded the Licentiateship Distinction by The Royal Photographic Society. My stock and news imagery are represented by Alamy and my images have been selected for inclusion in The National Trust Image Library.
My work has been published in The Times, The Independent, Suffolk Magazine, Outdoor Photography, Practical Photography & Essex Life as well as in various other publications and web sites. I exhibit from time-to-time but my main outlet is from quality Art Fairs in Essex and adjoining counties as well as Spitalfields Arts Market in London where I established a presence in 2013. Havens of Westcliff and the Tourist Office in Macclesfield sell my work.
In December 2013 the Firstsite Gallery in Colchester started to sell greeting cards and mounted prints from my Photo-Art work. During February 2014 my work was included in Totally Photographic, an exhibition held at Sea Pictures Gallery in Clare Suffolk.
I supplement my landscape work with photography for estate agents, insurance companies and commercial work clients.
2014 Timothy Smith Photography