Welcome to Tim Morozzo Photography
I’m a Glasgow-based photographer specializing in theatre & performance. Since going freelance in 2002 I’ve become established as one of the go-to photographers in Scottish Theatre. It’s now 2024 and over the coming years, I hope to extend this to all over the UK and beyond.
Primarily, I’m a performance arts photographer, but I also have extensive experience photographing weddings, having covered many for my happy clients, mostly independently but also with Kodak. Here you will find a selection of my work, old and new, I hope you enjoy looking!
I was always interested in pictures, art being my favourite subject at school. Starting with an old Russian camera that my grandpa gave me when I was 15 years old, I was hooked immediately. I sold my beloved Montesa trials bike to buy a better camera and a couple of lenses. A year later, I was awarded a Prince’s trust grant to set up my own darkroom.
The idea that I was making images from my life experiences that would never happen again really excited me. I considered studying drawing and painting, but my passion for photography won.
Man Ray once said that he “photographed what he couldn’t paint”. He went on to lead a very successful career as a photographer. Some say he invented fashion photography.
After taking the opportunity to photograph a TAG theatre rehearsal in 2003, I knew I’d found something very special that inspired me. I’d photographed many live music performances before, but my adventures as a theatre photographer began that day.
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. I like to think that it’s my job to record what happens at your wedding and not to direct it – 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.
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, email me: firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone/WhatsApp +44 7879 470 353 with any questions.
Everything is a subject. Every subject has a rhythm. To feel it is the raison d’être. The photograph is a fixed moment of such a raison d’être, which lives on in itself.Andre Kertesz