Tim Greyhavens is a writer, researcher, and photographer based in Seattle. He integrates his work to explore transitions in photography from the 19th to the 21st centuries.
His photographs have appeared in many publications, including Orion Magazine, Camera Arts, Color Magazine, Focus Magazine, GEO, Photo Media and in magazines of The Wilderness Society, Defenders of Wildlife, and other environmental organizations.
Over the past twenty years his prints have been exhibited in public and private galleries across the country, including the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum of Natural History.
Currently he devotes much of his time to researching and writing about photography. His initial research on funding for photography projects led him to develop the Photo Funds Database, a free, searchable list of more than 2,000 grants, awards, and crowdfunding campaigns for photography.
His latest project is the Curtis Census, an on-going effort to determine an accurate number of bound sets and volumes of the original edition of the Edward Curtis masterwork The North American Indian.
Image above: Seattle, Washington