Tim Flach was born in London and studied Art and Design at Central St Martin’s College.
He emerged with a fascination for photography which has since led to numerous commissions, awards and solo exhibitions, and a presence in permanent collection and publications around the world. He is best know for the originality that he bring’s to capturing animal behavior and characteristics. In this, he is often exploring the close relationship between humanoids and animals, in particular how humanity imposes and reveals it’s ideals when trying to understand and work with animals
Tim Flach’s work is regularly exhibited in international solo and group shows and held in the permanent collections of Miami Modern Art Museum and Citadel in Berlin. He has received numerous awards from the leading photographic organisations and publications including The International Photography Awards (Professional Photographer of the Year, Fine Art); D&AD (Silver); Creative Review Photography Annual (Best in Book); Communication Arts Photography Annual (Best in Book), Art Director’s Club, and 3 Gold Cannes Lions. He has been on the board of awards including WildLife Photographer of the Year, D&AD, and Hasselblad Masters, and invited to lecture at universities worldwide.
all images courtesy of Tim Flach / opiom gallery
Web site: http://timflach.com/