Tim Redgrove

Tim was brought up in Reading in the United Kingdom and studied at the University of Warwick. He worked as a sports photographer at Reading Football Club producing photographic work and books about the club and as a photographer for local and national newspapers. He then spent several years photographing the Tour de France and in 2008 he photographed the victorious Great Britain track-cyclists including Sir Chris Hoy, Rebecca Romero and Victoria Pendleton prior to the Bejing Olympic Games. In 2012 he photographed at the London Olympics.

Tim has worked for many clients and his photography has appeared in the The Times, The Guardian and The Independent newspapers as well as publications in the UK and Europe. His first photographic work was as a publicity photographer for a theatre company in London. Tim co-founded the company with the theatre-director Dominic Cooke and Ruth Jones -- writer and star of BBC’s 'Gavin and Stacey'.

Tim has also worked in film and television. His most recent project was as cycling-photography consultant and cameraman on Stephen Frears' feature-film 'The Program' about Lance Armstrong.

Tim is a writer, trained in Plain English and has written for publishers and businesses.