Tim Hall is a British Fine Art Photographer, who specialises in travel, landscape and portraiture. His drive to see the world through the lens of a camera was inspired by the romance of 19th century travellers and more recently, National Geographic photographers. The work is a lyrical response to the people and places that he has visited and shows his deep interest in the urban and natural world as well as the people who inhabit them. The influence of painting in his work stems from his studies of Art History at Manchester University. The intention to strike an emotional or spiritual chord is evident in much of his landscape work, which is inspired by Rothko and Turner. With over twenty years experience as a project-based photographer, his works are often conceived as a series, exhibited as a collective body or bought as single pieces. Tim lives in London and is represented by contemporary art galleries across Europe, South East Asia and the USA.
This charming image of beach huts shot on a cloudy summer's day is reminiscent to all British seaside goers. Separated...
Hall captures both the romanticism and mystery of rowing a boat across a lake shrouded in fog. Half-camoflagued by the...
Drawing from the work of Hiroshi Sugimoto, Hall captures the sea in all its vast, empty glory. It's an image that...
A semi-abstract appreciation of the forms inherent in sand dunes is the focus of this photograph. Much like the work of...
Titled 'Shaftesbury Avenue' after the famous London street, this work doesn't not aim to provide us with a photographic...
This image of London's nightlights reflecting off the Thames is almost abstract expressionist in its quality. The...
A photographic equivalent of a Turner or Twombly, this image of London's nightlights reflecting off the Thames has...
Titled 'Westside highway' after the famous New York motorway, this work doesn't aim to provide us with a photographic...
The dark, almost mathematical precision of this New York skyline is juxaposed against a small scene of hedonistic...