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 of weddings having covered over 100 for happy clients, both independently and with Kodak. Here you will find a selection of my work, old and new, I hope you enjoy looking!
As a young photographer I began working in many different fields. When given the opportunity to photograph a theatre rehearsal I knew I’d found something very special. You could say I’d found a “calling”. Thus, my adventures in theatre began.
Manray famously said that he “photographed what he couldn’t paint”. Consequently he lead an accidental career that some say invented fashion photography.
I picked up a camera in my teenage years and was hooked immediately. I quickly discovered that recording fleeting moments was what excited me. In addition to this, to my surprise I was able to make a career out of it.
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 to the day.
These days using a documentary photographer for your wedding is seen as fashionable by some and clichéd by others. Accordingly, there is a division in the approach of practitioners.
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, recording important moments as opposed to inventing them.
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 April 12, 2021