Timís photographic experience dates back almost 40 years and has lead him all over the world. As a photographer, his clients have included the AP, UPI, Time, Business Week, US News & World Report, the New York Times and numerous other publications in the US and abroad. His work has also found expression in national advertising campaigns, in the pages of annual reports for major corporations and in the campaign literature for politicians seeking the stateís highest offices in Virginia.
In addition, Tim is regular contributor to AOPA Pilot magazine, the largest publication for general aviation. A licensed pilot with experience in a wide range of aircraft, Timís aviation assignments for Smithsonian, AOPA Pilot and Air & Space magazines have taken him across America to Asia and Africa and to the frozen lands of the high Arctic. Two of his magazine projects, one on the recovery of a B-29 bomber and one on the recreation of the Wright Brothers first powered flight, had him working side by side with film crews from the PBS program NOVA.
In addition to his skills as a visual artist, Tim has developed a strong reputation as a writer. He has become a regular contributor to Air & Space magazine, part of the Smithsonian Institution's Air & Space Museum in Washington, DC. His work is also frequently seen in AOPA's Pilot magazine.
Currently, Tim is the Director of Photography and Director of Aerial Photography on a documentary about the first privately owned Harrier jet, a three year long project which has just moved into post production. Heís also Director of Photography for a documentary, still in production, on the Cold War efforts of the 46th /72nd Reconnaissance squadron. A bit closer to home, Tim is acting as Director of Photography for a series of mini documentaries about key figures in Virginia's aviation history.