A look at the photographic life of Geoff Tompkinson, who has traveled the world for the last 30 years and has evolved from being a photo journalist, an annual report photographer, an underwater photographer to an expert in timelapse and hyperlapse video production.
For more than 30 years Geoff Tompkinson has travelled the world as a photographer. Working at different times in the fields of photojournalism, corporate, advertising, stock, 3D concepts and latterly timelapse and realtime motion clips. Geoff's work has appeared in most of the world's reportage publications including The Sunday Times, Sunday Express, Avenue, Ca M'interesse, Smithsonian, Life, Discover, National Geographic, Bunte, Stern and GEO. His timelapse and realtime footage regularly appears on television all over the world as well as in major Hollywood movies. His work has attracted many awards over the years including a World Press Photo award in 1985. When not travelling and shooting he lives with his wife Liz, either in Essex, England or on the shores of Lake Hallstatt in Upper Austria.