Tim Coleman has worked as a professional photographer for over thirty years. Trained in studio photography he moved into his main focus, namely editorial and reportage photography.
He has photographed a wide range of personalities from President Jimmy Carter to Johnny Rotten, Diana Dors to Steven Birkoff.
He is unusual in being able to work both as a journalist and a photographer, providing text and images for editorial work.
His articles and photography have been published in leading magazines and newspapers worldwide, including: The Independent, The Guardian FHM, NME, The Face, Skin and Ink, Wiener, Enigmas and many others.
He is currently focusing on publishing a book of photographs on Egypt, especially the Sufi/Dervish festivals: The Moulids.