Tim Macpherson is a multi award winning Photographer and film maker based in the UK.
After completing an arts foundation course, Tim moved to London and started an apprenticeship as a Photographers’ assistant with editorial, celebrity and Advertising Photographers.
After winning the Kodak Europeon young Photographer award, Macpherson started a career in Editorial Photography, working as a regular contributor for the Unday Times Magazine, GQ, The guardian magazine, Tatler and Telegraph magazine.
He started moving into Advertising Photography in the late 90’s, where commissioners woukld allow him to explore his creativity.
In 2002 Macpherson received a big break in the USA, working 3 months on a stills and moving image campaign for the IRS in New York. He has continued to work in the US and in fact all over the world for agencies like BBDO in New York, Saatchis in London, Leo Burnett in Madrid and Publicis in Paris.
But his passion for fine art and his personal work has always been forefront of his mind.
Imagining, creating and producing large scale worlds which people inhabit, is something he is fascinated and obsessed by.
Selected Articles and blogs:
U-Funk: ‘Pregnant boys and the power of imagery!’
Polka Magazine: ‘On ferait comme si.’ Interview about the furniture jockey series’
Steppe magazine: ‘A journey’ Guide to Kazakhstan
Peta pixel.com: ‘Feature’
Fubiz.net: ‘Kids at play’
Trendhunter.com ‘Extreme flat share’ Article about my personal series
Cles Magazine ‘Bains de Foules’ In depth interview and portfolio
Loved and Found magazine ‘Creative Kids’
Next magazine: ‘Article’
Philosphie Magazine: ‘Interview and feature’
Loved and found magazine ‘Kids at home and play’
Focus Magazine France: Article and interview
Augenblicke Magazine: Interview and article
Foto8 Summer show
Royal Photographic society print exhibition
Taylor Wessing Exhibition National portrait gallery
Solo Exhibition at ‘Recontre Arles’ France
Solo Exhibition at ‘3:14’ Cannes France
Sony International Photo awards, Cannes France
International Photography awards, Los Angeles USA
National Portrait Gallery holds two images in their permanent collection