Known as one of the more enthusiastic and energetic photographers in Sydney, Timmy is currently involved with the photography and promotion of a range of functions.

From an early age, Tim has been an avid music fan since able to put a needle to a Michael Jackson record. Originally an electronic music fan during the mid nineties, his attention turned to design, the musical focus driving him to produce and manage local indie bands in the Newcastle area in 2002.

Growing out of the love for design elements during his early twenties, Timmy picked up his very first SLR camera back in 2003. After studying photographic principles at University of Newcastle, the focus was on the love of landscape photography. After developing his skills in art and business for the following couple of years. Tim travelled to the United States, residing in New York for 2 years with his wife Kellie. Upon returning to Sydney in 2007, he immediately reacquainted myself with design elements, particularly photography, and back to electronic music, which is what he’s involved with today.

Timmy says that “In photography my philosophy has always been focused on bringing out the individual in the individual, holding a mirror and reflecting that which comes from every person, capturing naturally what is there to be seen. The subject is always the focus, and I like to get the subject involved. In this field it’s not enough to be good, you’ve got to be entertaining.”

After building many relationships over the past 12 months, not wanting to rest on his success, he has also added promotions into the portfolio. Currently Timmy J Studio is currently involved with top rated clubs such as Moulin Rouge, The Bourbon, The Cross, The Bunker, and Favela.

When asked about his new endeavor Timmy explains “In promotions the focus is on the music and the people. I like to promote quality of music, with elements of depth and substance. The people are what parties are all about, I like to keep it fun, ensuring everybody is comfortable.”

Having associations with a number of large web and print publications, particulaly,, and ThreeDWorld magazine, Timmy is now seeking to branch out in different media, particularly in wedding and studio work, and eager to get involved in a variety of formats.

“I like to put all my passion into my work and I hope that I can do the same for you. I want to capture the fun, and have fun doing it… so work it!”

  • Age: 39
  • Joined: August 2008
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