Red Bird of Paradise (Paradisaea rubra) preforming a courtship display in the rainforest.
Welcome to TimLaman.com
Tim Laman is a field biologist, explorer, photographer, and filmmaker. His cameras are his tools for telling the stories of rare and endangered wildlife, and revealing some of earth’s wildest places. His aims are to explore and document poorly known species, and promote awareness and conservation. Tim spends many months a year on expeditions to study and photograph the biodiversity of earth’s richest realms working with the National Geographic Society and Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Tim’s eight-year project documenting the Birds-of-Paradise has come to fruition with the book: BIRDS OF PARADISE: REVEALING THE WORLD’S MOST EXTRAORDINARY BIRDS.
Current projects include 4K wildlife filmmaking, and ongoing documentation of orangutans in the wild in collaboration with his wife, Cheryl Knott and her GUNUNG PALUNG ORANGUTAN PROJECT.
Please browse this site and Tim’s WILDLIFE DIARIES BLOG to learn more about Tim’s work. Images are available as prints, or for commercial licensing. Don’t hesitate to Office@TimLaman.comus.
All images on this site are © Tim Laman.
BIRDS OF PARADISE BOOK
It has been eight years in the making, but Timâ€™s book, with collaborator Edwin Scholes, BIRDS OF PARADISE: REVEALING THE WORLDâ€™S MOST EXTRAORDINARY BIRDS is finally complete. The books are now on sale and if you buy it directly from us, Tim will sign your copy.
Tim received his advanced copy back from the printers, and we are happy to report that the printing quality fully meets his expectations. This is a book like none other that you are not going to want to miss.
To purchase your signed copy please email Office@TimLaman.com. All signed copies are currently out of stock and should return at the end of August.
- BIRDS OF PARADISE
- YASUNI NATIONAL PARK
- BORNEO RAIN FOREST
- EXPLORATION / ADVENTURE
- FIJI REEFS
- FOJA MOUNTAINS
- JAPAN'S WINTER WILDLIFE
- LITTLE EXPLORERS
- ORANGUTANS IN THE WILD
- RAJA AMPAT REEFS
- BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOTS
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ARTICLES