Honorary Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, Tim Flach is a living legend of an animal photography. He was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from University of the Arts London in 2013. He has spent years tracking the wildlife while documenting analysis of the most threatened species. One of his biggest interests is the connection between animals and humans. As Mr. Flach explains: “My aim is to explore the attribution of human characteristics to animals, and the manner in which each of us positions ourselves as the center of all things. I try to consider the way we shape animals, and we shape their meaning and to illuminate the relationships between human and non-human animals and to ask how these relationships occupy anthropocentric space within the contexts of ethics, history, science, and politics.” Tim’s work is held in the permanent collections of Miami Modern Art Museum and Citadel in Berlin. He has published five books: Endangered (2017), Evolution (2013), More than Human, (2012), Dogs Gods (2010) and Equus (2008). For more information visit his official site, Instagram, and Facebook page.
Portraits by Tim Flach
Flach has spent years of tracking wildlife and documenting the most threatened species
His goal is to find the connection between animals and humans
Tim is searching for human attributes in wild animals