Interview with #whoreplay Filmmaker: Tim Butler-Jones

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1. When did you discover photography and/or filmmaking?

Photography and the arts have been something I’ve grown up with. My paternal side of the family have been making a living in the creative industries one way or the other for generations. My great grandfather was Herbert Tornquist, who owned a successful portrait studio on Queen Street from the 1930’s and my uncle is Mark Brazier-Jones, internationally celebrated artist, master furniture and lighting designer.

On a personal level, I discovered film making at Music college when one of our assignments was to make a music video. the project earned me my best mark over the whole course. From there I eventually moved to NZ and went to Film School and from there got into photography.

2.Where do you get your inspiration?

I take my inspiration from wherever I can get it! It may be from a line of music, a throwaway…

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