Tim Griffith has been passionately photographing architecture for over 20 years. Melbourne-born and working from offices in San Francisco and Singapore, he travels extensively on assignments in Asia, Europe and North America for a number of the world's leading design firms. His evocative and concise imagery has been widely published in a diverse range of international design journals and is increasingly sought after by corporate and advertising clients.
Recent projects include the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games stadium, the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, the Shanghai World Financial Centre and the International Commerce Centre in Hong Kong. In November 2009, Tim photographed the Burj Dubai, the world's tallest building, and Alila Villas Uluwatu, an award-winning eco resort on the southern tip of Bali.
In April 2009, his professional peers voted Tim 'Australia's Top Photographer'. His recent work has been honoured at the 2009 Australian Professional Photography Awards where he was named 'Commercial Photographer of the Year' for the 12th time. At the International Photography Awards announced in New York, Tim Griffith has been named 'IPA Architectural Photographer of the Year' three times.
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