There are those out there who say that the only way to be particularly strong in a certain niche of photography is to specialize in only that. I disagree. I truly believe that the different skill sets and experiences that you pick up from almost every area of photography can be applied to the others and can strengthen one's overall ability to create wonderful images, whatever the subject. I love capturing people doing whatever it is they do. I love shooting the things that we create, be it food, or buildings, or other works of art.
With more than 25 years as an avid hobbyist shooting everything from flowers and wildlife, to drag racing, extreme sports and live music, still lifes, portraits, weddings and newsworthy items. Starting as a full-time professional freelance photographer in July of 2007, Tim has put in 2-1/2 years behind the lens as The Voice-Tribune's lead society photographer and was the primary photographer for NFocus Magazine Louisville from it's inception in April 2010 until October 2011. Now back shooting freelance for The Voice-Tribune since May 2012 while continuing to develop private clients and additional projects.
In this time, Tim has had the good fortune to cover such amazing happenings as The Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks, The Bluegrass Ball, which was the kickoff to the President Obama Inaugural Ball series in Washington DC and also included Mohammed Ali's 67th birthday celebration, the Ford IronMan Triathalon, WorldFest, ForeCastle Festival, Birmingham Alabama's BAM Music Festival, Secretary of State Colin Powell's reception at the KY International Convention Center, The Special Olympics' Polar Bear Plunge, The Lexington Hearing & Speech Center's 50th Anniversary Celebration featuring former President Bill Clinton, and a myriad of other local community, charitable events, balls, galas, and festivals, sporting events, political happenings, art, music and television premieres as well as capture images of some of the most prominent members of our community in all different areas.