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'Vantage Freedom' is shortlisted for Professional Photographer of the Year Award


Each year the 'Professional Photographer' publication awards work from around the globe in several different working categories the title of Professional Photographer of the Year. The competition is fierce with over 138,000 entries alone being submitted for the 2010 awards. We are very honored that a recent piece of work shot by photographer Tim Wallace has been shortlisted for the awards. …Read the full article here

Tim wins Hasselblad Photographer of the Month


We were delighted to receive word today that Ambient Life photographer Tim Wallace has been awarded Hasselblad Photographer of the month. Tim was away shooting in Europe when the news broke and even though Tim is best known for his car photography the award was made for a piece of commercial work he shot recently outside his normal field. …Read the full article here

2011 Torque Calendar for Allan & Bertram Completed


This month saw UK Commercial Photographer Tim Wallace complete the 2011 Torque Calendar project for our client Allan and Bertram. The calendar which is aimed at the corporate market in Europe features stunning car photography from Tim of such legends as the Ford GT and AC Cobra. …Read the full article here

Morgan Eva GT shoot


Earlier in 2010 we were lucky enough to be involved in the final review stages of the new model from Morgan, the Eva GT. The car was recently launched to the World at the infamous Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and this week commercial car photographer Tim Wallace got to grips with this radical new car from Morgan to shoot the commercial work for Morgans Eva GT marketing and brochures. …Read the full article here

Aston Martin Enginology


This week car photographer Tim Wallace has been busy shooting for the 2011 Aston 'Enginology' marketing campaign. The work is very much centered on the restoration and enhancement of classic Aston Martin engines as well as improved handling and performance through modification. …Read the full article here

Eva GT Project with Morgan


In the early part of 2010 The Morgan Motor Company came on board with Ambient Life as a new client and since then photographer Tim Wallace has produced work for this radical British car manufacturer shooting such models as the Aero 8 and the Aeromax. This week saw the embargo being lifted on Morgans new car the Eva GT. …Read the full article here

Welcome to new client 'Jaguar Classic Parts' and Chase Marketing


This week we would like to welcome 'Jaguar Classic Parts' and Chase Marketing to the Ambient Life client family. Photographer Tim Wallace was approached a few months ago by Chase Marketing to develop and shoot a series of images at the Coventry Jaguar Plant that would make up the lead in a set of 5 campaign advertisements to launch early in 2011. …Read the full article here

Alistair Griffin shoot with new client 'The Better Brand Agency'


Photographer Tim Wallace is probably best known for his automotive work by most but it was his ability to capture a gritty feel and keep the 'commercial' feel to his work that saw Tim recently spend 2 days with UK singer songwriter Alistair Griffin and new client 'The better Brand Agency' to capture work for a new exciting project that is currently being put together for Alistair in the UK. …Read the full article here

EvaGT revealed and is to be shot by Tim Wallace


Morgan has unveiled a preview sketch of the EvaGT, a 2+2 coupé that will debut as a concept at Pebble Beach on next August. The car is currently being shot by Ambient Life photographer Tim Wallace and his work will start to be used in advertising and marketing for the Morgan Motor Company in relation to the EvaGT later this year. …Read the full article here

Victor Magazine Interview - Hamburg


This week saw photographer Tim Wallace fly out to Hamburg as a guest of the World famous Victor magazine.
Tim was in Germany for two days to be interviewed by the magazine as he has been selected to be profiled for his work and creativity in the field of automotive photography. In keeping with the Hasselblad philosophy of developing products of outstanding quality that are ahead of their time, and celebrating the 100th anniversary of Victor Hasselblad’s birth, the magazine showcases the work of selected photographers from around the World and looks indepth at who they really are. …Read the full article here

Welcome to new client The Morgan Motor Company


This week are are very pleased to welcome The Morgan Motor Company as a new client.
We were approached by Morgan to shoot several of their superb models for some new brochures including one exciting new model soon to be launched in early March at the Geneva Motor Show, early last week shooting started with Tim Wallace at their main site in Malvern. …Read the full article here

Hasselblad and AMOC 2010 Project


Each year Aston Martin work with the Aston Martin Owners Club to produce a prestige and exclusive desk dairy for their members. The 2010 edition is now nearing completion and features 2 major articles of work from Ambient Life photographer Tim Wallace including 'Old Aston's never die' and a feature on the infamous new model from AM, the One-77 shot exclusively by Tim at the Aston Martin Design Centre in Gaydon England. …Read the full article here

Tim receives Photographer of the Year Award


A few weeks ago we became aware that Ambient Life photographer Tim Wallace had been short listed in the final for both the 'Commercial' and 'Environmental / Landscape' Photographer of the year awards. We are delighted to announce that its now been confirmed that Tim has won the 'Environmental' Photographer of the year and was also runner-up in the Commercial finals. …Read the full article here

Professional Photographer of the Year Award


We are delighted to announce that photographer Tim Wallace has today had piece of work selected to be in the final selection of work for the Prestigious Professional Photographer of the Year Award 2008. …Read the full article here