Timo Lieber is a London-based photographer, best known for his distinctive take on our world from above.


He is inspired by the environment and the interplay of elements that form some of nature’s most incredible shapes and patterns. While many of the artist's earlier works show the beauty of vast, untouched landscapes, ranging from the Arctic Circle to remote deserts, his current work explores the human interaction with nature and the complexity of its impact.


Through his photographs, Timo attempts to look beyond the obvious and invites the viewer to embark on a visual journey together. Although captured in every finest detail, the subjects of his large-scale photographs are often shrouded in mystery. The artist aims to intertwine the mystery and deep revelation and create unique images which transcend the borders between the figurative and the abstract.


Timo Lieber’s photographs have been published by The Guardian, The Washington Post, CNN, BBC, NASA and New Scientist, amongst others. Timo is the 2013 winner of the International Pano Awards (Australia) and has received numerous further awards, including International Photography Awards (US), National Geographic (US), PX3 Prix de la Photographie (France), Sony World Photography Awards (UK) and Global Arctic Awards (Russia).


Lieber's work has been exhibited in the UK and Continental Europe and his images are held in both corporate and private collections. THAW was exhibited at Bonhams, London in early 2017. Timo Lieber exhibited for the first time with Black Box Projects in the 2019 Fundamentals show.