Tim Plowden is a project manager with a flair for the creative. He has enjoyed taking his skill of observing project management nuances and applying them into the creative sphere. The marriage of both have allowed him to anticipate and manage clients needs and expectations whilst delivering artistic and inventive results.
Tim's photography, videography and writing provide the foundation for his creative projects. Recently he has been working with NGOs in Asia to create wildlife and conservation video productions. When needed Tim creates virtual teams to deliver additional creative services for his clients.
Tim Plowden was born in Berkshire, on the edge of the Chilterns, where he grew up close to nature. Tim moved to Southeast Asia in 2005 and now lives in Singapore from where he can travel across the region to work on assignment.
Tim has been concerned about wildlife conservation issues since the late 1970’s. As a young adult he worked as a nature reserve warden in England. The experience of working closely with wild animals inspired his creative vision and style.
While honing his project management skills in the private sector, Tim chose photography to express his emotional connection with the natural world. So began a creative journey that has far exceeded his expectations.
After winning a national photography competition and achieving success with print sales at photographic exhibitions, Tim decided to devote his professional life to photography.
Now Tim has experience shooting in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America. His photography has been internationally published, and his award-winning videography has been featured in film festivals worldwide. Tim is also a regular contributor to Wildlife Photographic Magazine.