In my 25th year as a photographer, director, editor and designer in the TV & Film industry, I’m passionate about story telling.  I’ve edited stories for Channel 9’s Sixty Minutes, Channel 7’s Sunday Night, edited and won awards around the world at 8 Olympic & Winter Olympic Games, (and as recently as this years Rio Olympics) as well as my work as a cameraman for news and production services around Australia.
Visual art has always been my first love and capturing honest emotion and real life narrative is what it’s all about.
It’s the stuff you can’t fake.  The tears, the happiness, the excitement, the butterflies – it’s all there, happening right in front of you.
That’s what I want to be a part of.

Emotion.  Love.  Heart.
That’s what it’s all about.


“Tim Hannah is an incredibly talented, genuine, down-to-earth photographer, who is easy to work with & a whole lot of fun! His professionalism and passion towards his work make him one of the top photographers in the industry. Tim is a creative genius when it comes to selecting shoot location, lighting, composition, and capturing the perfect moments. Your expectations will be exceeded by the uniqueness and beauty in each and every photograph.”


Tim!!!! You left us speechless, you are amazing and we can not recommend you enough. I pass on your details to everyone who mentions a future wedding.
You were behind the scenes and you captured such precious moments and we couldn’t be more in love with our photos if we tried!!!
Thank you for being so amazing and going above and beyond for us. We will forever be grateful xxxxx

You made everything so easy and smooth sailing through out the entire process. Thank you for EVERYTHING you did, you are one talented man. Thank you again.
Love Ash & Rhe


“Tim… We are absolutely speechless!!! What you captured and all the emotions behind all the photos were so natural. We love each and every photo! Your passion and vision was impeccable. We are so so so thankful for all your hard work and capturing the priceless moments. We are so grateful. Thank you is not nearly enough!”