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Tim White


MA Photography London College Of Printing, London 2001
BA (hons) Fine Art 2:1 University Of Brighton, Sussex 1989

3 A Levels 10 O Levels St Martins School, Essex 1985

Further Education and Initiatives
Fotofest 2002, Houston, Texas, US
Memberships include: Photofusion, Bureau of Freelance Photographers, Association of Photographer

Digital Design/DTP courses in QuarkXPress, Adobe PhotoShop,
and Illustrator at LCP, Photofusion, and City Lit. 1995

Advanced Photographic Techniques, Central St. Martins 1994-5

Awards and Exhibitions

The Art Pavilion, Mile End, London

Mirror Gallery, Clerkenwell, London

Dartmouth Gallery, Islington, London

Towner Arts Centre, Eastbourne, Sussex

Gardener Arts Centre, Brighton, Sussex

Sussex Young Artist of the Year 1989


1999-present Freelance Photographer/Artist

Various freelance photographic/design projects

Represented by central London agent/image library Millennium Images

1999 - 2000 Designer/Production

Impressions Digital Colour Ltd, Covent Garden, London

Responsible for taking projects from original brief to

1994-99 Production Assistant

TEN (Television Education Network)

Formed in 1986 TEN is a highly successful video/new media
production company specialising in high quality original
programming for the further education of lawyers, surveyors,
accountants and engineers. Duties: organising shoots and edits, overseeing product development at all stages, utilising facilities at Channel Four Studios.

Achievements: instrumental in the relaunch of product having
devised and implemented new production and marketing stategies, contributing to improved designs of promotional material.

1989- 1994 Freelance Projects
Assistant Photographer

Resident Installation/Visual Artist, Zap Club, Brighton:
Producing visual material (film and photography) for major
events in leading venues throughout London and the South East

Visual Artist for Carl Cox Dance 89-92

Founder member of a Multi-media Co-operative based in Brighton:
Video work screened on national television in Britain and on
satellite channels in Germany and Japan