Tim Smalley Photography

Hatfield, Hertfordshire
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Tim Smalley is a professional photographer based in Hertfordshire. He specialises in property, interiors and architecture and works with a range of clients across London and the Home Counties.

Tim first discovered his love for image making in the first year of his Art GCSE. He remembers the moment vividly – the first time he saw a black and white photo he’d taken start to appear on paper in the developer tray. After this moment, he was hooked.

Since that moment, Tim has photographed all over the world. He spent 10 years working as a photojournalist and product photographer, before moving into weddings and corporate events. Shooting weddings and events never gets old, but Tim has found love in portraiture and headshot photography.

In addition, Tim has always had a passion for the outdoors after growing up in the Peak District National Park, so is a keen landscape and woodland photographer. And he still gravitates towards large format film for his fine art landscape work.

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Property & Interior
I’ve been inspired by design since an early age – in fact, I was very close to studying architecture at university before deciding to take a different direction. My property photography focuses on bringing out the best of your home with simple, graphic compositions, drawing on my experience in design across a range of disciplines.

Whether you’re looking for a new LinkedIn profile picture, a set of headshots for your corporate website, or for some new photos for your social media or dating profiles, I can help. My headshots are distinct in style with relaxed poses and consistent lighting techniques.

It’s always an honour to be asked to shoot someone’s wedding. It’s the happiest and most important day in your life to this point. It’s also a key moment in your family’s history. My style is part documentary historian, part photojournalist, no doubt influenced by my time working as a press photographer.