About Tim Plowden
British wildlife photographer and conservation filmmaker Tim Plowden lived and worked in Southeast Asia for 15 years. Tim’s award-winning films have been screened at film festivals worldwide and broadcast on national TV in Europe and Asia.
Tim has worked on filmmaking assignments for environmental NGOs and as International Year of the Salmon partner was a contributing videographer to a wildlife conservation video narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
He is actively engaged with environmental topics such as species extinction, illegal wildlife trade, invasive alien species, and human wildlife coexistence.
What Our Clients Say
“My favourite part about working with Tim is his passion for wildlife conservation and collaborative spirit. He is a perfectionist so you can be at total peace about product delivery and quality.”
“Tim is an exceptional wildlife photographer and documentary filmmaker as well as an accomplished writer. He is the consummate professional in the delivery of his product and services.”
“What better way for us to attract people from around the world to better appreciate and understand the mangroves than via the beautiful work of a great photographer such as yourself.”
“Tim Plowden’s work is instinctive, visually stunning and informative – a lovely balance of style and substance and appeals in so many ways. They are a magnificent and impressive addition to Alamy’s image collection.”