Tim Grant is an internationally recognized photographer. His photographic skills developed through several years of formal training and decades of camera use. Tim has built up an inspired collection of local imagery which has been exhibited both at home and overseas. Photography has taken Tim to many different countries but he is always drawn back to Fremantle.
For 10 years Tim set up and managed several humanitarian organizations to educate local villagers on how to avoid standing on landmines, in refugee camps and in Cambodia. While working with the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) Tim was part of the team awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1997.
The images he took have been used by various international organisations in the fight to ban landmines. Including UNICEF, The EU, Save the Children Fund (Sweden), and World Vision. He has exhibited in Perth, Sydney, Manila, Bangkok, Maputo and Phnom Penh. Several of his photographs have hung in the Nobel Gallery and have been published in their literature.
Tim now lives in Fremantle creating artistic images, hand coloring black & whites, presenting them in sculptured frames.