About Tim

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Tim Humble is a humanitarian assignment photographer, web designer & visual cause communications consultant serving the needs of international NGOs and cause based initiatives

Tim grew up as a third culture kid (TCK) in Papua New Guinea, living there for a total of 7 years. This time has lead to a lifelong interest in cross-cultural communication and an affinity with people from various cultures, not to mention a compulsive nomadic streak. He has worked in countries spanning the South Pacific, South East Asia and Africa.

Tim holds a BA in International Development and Visual Art from Avondale College and also has in-depth training in Monitoring & Evaluation and Project Planning from the ADRA Professional Leadership Institute. Tim has significant experience in project management spanning the better part of the last decade, coordinating projects for the Adventist Development & Relief Agency(ADRA) and Metamorphic International, covering water & sanitation, micro-enterprise, health education, HIV/AIDS awareness and tobacco control.

Tim has extensive experience spearheading cause-based organisation’s communications, media and marketing efforts, holding the roles of Media Director for Metamorphic International (2009-2013) and Communications Manager for ADRA Laos (2006-2008). He has been producing compelling images of development projects as a humanitarian photographer since 2001 and has worked on assignment for Rotary International, ADRA Laos, ADRA Australia and Metamorphic International.


Cross-Cultural Experience (14 Yrs)
Humanitarian Photography 13 (Yrs)
Project Management (7 Yrs)
Communications Mgmt (7 Yrs)
Web Design (6 Yrs)
Social Strategy (5 Yrs)

This unique background and combination of experience makes Tim uniquely qualified to provide tailored photography, communications and media services to NGOs, churches, cultural organisations and other cause-based initiatives.

Tim is passionate about humanitarian and cross-cultural issues and is committed to helping cause-based organisations tell their story.