Tim Rudman has an international reputation as a fine art photographer and darkroom printer working exclusively with film and wet processing and is widely regarded as being largely responsible for the current popularity of the Lith printing process and toning techniques.
He has written four best selling books on printing techniques and has been exhibited worldwide. His workshops in Europe, America, Canada and Australia have often filled overnight and his prints are held in permanent and private collections in many countries, including The Permanent Collection, housed in the National Media Museum in Bradford, UK.
A Fellow of The Royal Photographic Society and of the Royal Society of Arts, he is also a member of The London Salon of Photography and the Freestyle Advisory Board of Photographic Professionals in Hollywood. He currently sits on the RPS Fellowship Board and was awarded The Society’s Fenton Medal in 2013.
His new book ‘Iceland. An uneasy calm’ will be available in September 2015.