Welcome to Tim Morozzo Photography
I’m a Glasgow/London based theatre photographer with clients all over the UK. Since going freelance in 2002 I have established myself as one of the go to photographers in Scottish Theatre. Over the coming years I intend to extend this to all over the UK and beyond.
I also have extensive experience photographing weddings having covered many for my happy clients, both independently and with Kodak. Here you will find a selection of my work, old and new, I hope you enjoy looking!
I began working in many different fields after graduating with a degree in photography, not knowing what I wanted to specialise in. When given the opportunity to photograph a TAG theatre rehearsal I knew I’d found something very special that inspired me. My adventures in theatre photography began that day.
Man Ray famously said that he “photographed what he couldn’t paint”. Consequently he lead an accidental and very successful career that some say invented fashion photography.
I picked up my grandpa’s old camera in my teenage years and was hooked immediately. I quickly discovered that recording fleeting moments was what excited me. I feel very lucky to have photographed the theatre productions you will see here.
My reportage approach to wedding photography is both unobtrusive and discrete. Mixing with you and your guests I enjoy the event and try to add an extra element of fun whilst recording the day.
Using a “documentary or reportage-style” photographer for your wedding can be seen as fashionable by some and clichéd by others. Some might say it is lacking where the appearance of brides/grooms are concerned. Accordingly, there is some division in the approach of photographers. I like to think that it’s my job to record what happens at your wedding and not to direct – that’s your job! In my opinion, a wedding photographer should be able to make beautiful and memorable images without disrupting your day for long periods of time.
There is in fact a tradition going back to some of the first pioneers such as Hill and Adamson who adopted this approach to picture-taking. In my opinion, this “story-telling” style lends itself well to wedding photography, capturing important moments as opposed to inventing them. In my experience, it’s often the snapshots of random events that couples treasure most.
When photographing a wedding, I focus on the events of the day in an honest, sympathetic and individual way. Please don’t hesitate to use my contact form, send me an email on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone/whatsapp on 07897 470 353 with any questions.
Photography has no rules, it is not a sport. It is the result which counts, no matter how it is achieved.Bill Brandt
Last Updated on June 4, 2021