Tim Nunn is a photographer and writer from the United Kingdom. He has been involved in media for the last 18 years, starting life as a film camera man, shooting video and 16mm back in the mid nineties. About 10 years ago he ended up sharing an office for a couple of years with Surfer’s Path magazine and through the inspiration he gained there and from his best friend who was editor of Surf Europe magazine he switched from moving picture to still image. He became staff photographer for Europe’s oldest surfing magazine, Wavelength, a year later and then a year after became editor for a total of seven years. He is now freelance again, writing, photographing and filming. His passion is getting to places which are remote and inhospitable, to coastlines which have been little explored and all of these mostly in the colder northern reaches of the planet.
"I live to surf and take pictures of surfing and am about to publish my second book 'Numb', which has been a collaboration with surfer and friend Ian Battrick. It charts our rough and ready approach to exploring the colder reaches of the planet spending as little money as possible to get as many waves and experiences as we can."
Check out Tim Nunn's photography and travels with Lunasurf here on our LUNA TRIPS