Tim Palman is an early career photographic artist born and based in Perth, Western Australia. His work takes a documentary format, culminating in large scale projects that explore and expose the human condition through the study of physical and social landscapes. Through his practice Palman assumes the role of the wandering flaneur – the photographs merely acting as evidence of one’s movement throughout the landscape. The use of medium and large format film cameras imparts a silent, vacant, quality in his images – rendering them as a “collection” of places, objects and people, void of any true decisive moment.


Finalist (top 10), Capture Magazine Australia’s Top Emerging Photographer 2017, Documentary and Photojournalism Category
FOTOFILMIC 17 Winter Shortlist
Top Graduating Student in Photography, Curtin University 2016
Finalist, UNCOVER Award, Perth Centre for Photography 2016


Negative Feedback Zine Edition One, “Wellard” series and text by Tim Palman.

Selected Exhibitions


Victory (with Brent Harrison), Smart Casual, Perth, Australia 
Wellard (solo show)
, Paper Mountain, Perth, Australia
Wellard (solo show), Arthouse Dine at the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
IRIS Award 2017 (group show), Perth Centre for Photography, Perth, Australia
Contemporary Landscapes in Photography 2017 (group show), Perth Centre for Photography, Perth, Australia
Negative Feedback, ThePrintSpace, London, UK


City Limits, City Arts Space, Perth Australia
Lux Interior, Perth Centre for Photography, Perth, Australia
The Physical Fabric of Cities by London Photography Diary, London, United Kingdom
Kickstartists Exhibition, Propel Youth Arts WA. Central Institute of Technology Showcase Gallery, Perth, Australia
Contemporary Landscapes in Photography 2016 (group show), Perth Centre for Photography, Perth, Australia


Collective at Perth Centre for Photography, Perth, Australia. Exhibition curated by Felicity Johnson and Graham Miller.
Faces of Curtin exhibition, Place Activation at Curtin University, Perth, Australia.


Tim Palman’s Ode To The Australian Dream – iGNANT
Life in the Strange, Secluded Suburbs of Australia Huck Magazine
How to Shoot Street Portraits with Tim Palman Negative Feedback
Portrait of a Photographer – Ankle Biter
Photography Student Gets the Big Picture – Curtin University


Negative Feedback Zine Edition One – Three, Picture Editor.
City Limits group exhibition – group show curated from work of Curtin University students.



Bachelor of Arts majoring in Photography, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia.