Tim McDonnell, originally from Dublin, Ireland, now works internationally out of London. With a wide repertoire of photography styles and abilities, he is as comfortable behind the lens shooting fashion editorial & advertising as he is wildlife & stunning landscapes. He has been published extensively in publications such as Tatler, The Irish Times, U Magazine and supplying beautiful images to international clients, such as The Rolling Stones, BMW, Nestle, The Script, Dolores O'Riordan and many more.
He also works extensively with the charity SightSavers in Developing countries in Sub-Saharan Africa & Bangladesh. He has recently returned from shooting a documentary in Mozambique.
In film, he is currently co-producing the feature film 'He Who Dares' (in development); The TV series 'Unrest' (in development); the feature film 'Yeti' (in development).
He has starred in the FX drama 'The Bastard Executioner'; 'The Late Shift' ; Discovery Channel's Documentary 'War Time Crimes' and the FOX drama 'Deep State' & short film 'To Asal With Love, Nadia' soon to be made into a TV series.
As an actor he featured in a number of films such as Leopard; How To Be Happy; Maisey as well as starring in, producing & co-writing DogEatDog along with his brother, director, Gavin McDonnell.
Tim is also a volunteer Search & Rescue Medic with the Royal National Lifeboat Institution with over 13 years experience & currently active on The Thames on Tower Lifeboat Station in London.
Here you'll find a small selection of his work from various assignments.
For any information on art for sale or commissioning Tim, just drop him a line. He won't bite. Much!