Ron Timehin is a professional photographer, director and producer based in London.
GrossmutterlochWhat We Seee
"One of the things I love most about photography is that you can create and document history simultaneously. When I look at imagery from previous eras, I find that the feelings evoked are of awe, wonder and sometimes nostalgia. I realise that when my images are viewed in the future, they may hopefully evoke the same feelings in someone else."
London GlowWhat We Seee
"This, however, is looking at photography in its' traditional sense. As I have grown and technological advancements have been made, I now also look at photography as a creative tool for artists to fulfil their creative vision, often mixing it with other mediums such as graphic design, illustration and music and video. All in all, this creative art form never ceases to amaze me and just like many others, the more I learn, the more I realise how little I know."
In Real LifeWhat We Seee
"I once heard someone say that being a photographer is like having the worlds best visa, as you are often granted access into parts of life that many people will never experience."
FinlandWhat We Seee
"I think this rings true as some of the people I have been fortunate enough to meet and places I have travelled to, wouldn’t have been possible without photography. I hope I can continue to improve at my craft and experience more that the world has to offer."
HarlemWhat We Seee
Specialising in Cityscape and Portrait photography, Ron has established a varied client list that consists of commissioned work for brands including Apple, Adidas, Adobe, American Express, Canada Goose, Christian Louboutin, Nike, Idris Elba, Mercedes Benz, Prada, Samsung, Google, Sony & Red Bull.
FlatironWhat We Seee
70 St Mary AxeWhat We Seee
Ron’s work has been included in several publications including British Vogue, GQ, The Evening Standard, Digital Camera Magazine, HYPEBEAST, Highsnobiety, The Hungry Eye Journal, Disorder Magazine and Resource Photography Magazine.
Marcus Rashford VogueWhat We Seee
BLMWhat We Seee
Ron is also the co-founder of Audax agency, which creates compelling commercial work for brands such as EA Sports, whilst also making sure to give back in some way. Although Audax has only been running for one year, it has raised around £250,000 for various charities through its work.
London Fog 2What We Seee
Ron has also published his first solo photography book entitled “London Fog”, which has sold globally by renowned book stores such as Waterstones and online through Amazon.
London FogWhat We Seee
London Fog was featured as one of The TIMES Photography Books of the Year 2019, which has subsequently led to multiple features in traditional press such as ITV News.
Moroccan Light 2What We Seee
Ron has also co-exec produced his first documentary called “Fortitude” an exposition of the often unheard and harrowing reality facing Black Londoners on a day to day basis, which is set to be released in the near future.