Tim Handfield is a photographer’s photographer, a leading exponent of New Colour Photography in Australia in the 70s, collected for aesthetic as much as documentary reasons. As the director of a colour lab for over 20 years, Tim has pioneered and introduced new technologies, and is the master-printer behind and advising other artists. He was also among the first to adopt digital photography in the 90s and is most recently involved in massive digital documentation projects, archiving entire collections for state libraries and gallery.
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