Tim White is one of the most respected names in photography in New Zealand today. He is noted as one of the 13 most influential creative celebrities to watch and his work is regularly published and exhibited.
Tim's foray into the field began when he moved to London in 1990, where he lived for over a decade working and developing his craft. He relocated to Sydney, Australia in 2001, during which time he exhibited his first solo gallery show from his Signs of Life book project.
In 2005 Tim returned home to New Zealand to start a new project which eventually became the book True North and corresponding documentary film 'Whakarongomaikio, Listen (towards) ambience', adding to existing personal documentary and photography projects.
Recent commissions include the Auckland Theatre Co., Workshop Clothing and Redbulletin Magazine.
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