Tim Macmillan's practice encompasses photography, film installation and television production. Picture This worked with Tim Macmillan to develop the work Lundy along with a touring exhibition and a publication.
Born in Portland Oregon, Macmillan now lives and works in Bath. He studied at Bath Academy of Art and the Slade School of Art. Macmillan developed his sculptural time-slice cameras while at the Slade, and later successfully developed the technique commercially as a way of sustaining his own use of the medium and related still-image work.
The artist produces still and moving tableaux that capture time and space using technical and conceptual innovation. Tim Macmillan's photographic panoramas have been exhibited (sometimes together with self designed and built cameras) at the Untitled/Site Gallery in Sheffield, The Royal Photographic Society in Bath, The Metro Arts Centre in Derby, The Watershed in Bristol and The Garage in Tokyo. His television productions have been commissioned and broadcast by many corporations including BBC Natural History. Ferment (Video 2) the ACE/Channel 4 Animate! commissioned five-minute film has been shown at film festivals in Sao Paulo, Edinburgh, London, Stuttgart and Rotterdam. His Dead Horse was shortlisted for the Citibank Prize in 2000.