For over two decades, Tim Grey has been a writer, photographer and editor. His writing has appeared in both Australian and international publications including GoodFood, Broadsheet, The Age, Time Out and Luxury Travel. As a commercial photographer, Tim has created compelling imagery for well-known brands such as Coca-Cola, Grey Goose, Schweppes, BMW, Melbourne Theatre Company and the ABC.

Born on Yuin country in the South Coast of New South Wales, Tim completed a Bachelors of Creative Writing with Honours from the University of Wollongong. While studying a Masters of Journalism at the University of Technology Sydney, he began his career as a journalist at the longstanding trade-publishing house, Yaffa Media, where he served as the editor of Climate Control News. During his tenure, he worked closely with business leaders, technicians and government representatives to produce an industry-focused print title, online site and weekly newsletter. In his later career as a freelancer, Tim has continued to contribute to a wide range of Yaffa publications, including FoodService News, Capture, Paint and Panel, Food and Drink Business and PKN Packaging News.

After finishing up at CCN, Tim moved to Aotearoa/New Zealand to take on the editorship of D-Photo and The Photographer's Mail, two print and online titles catering for enthusiast and professional photographers respectively. During his time in Auckland, Tim relished the opportunity to write feature articles on a wide variety of both local and international artists, including Alec Soth, Marti Friedlander and Irina Rozovsky. Working closely with his advertising sales manager, he met frequently with representatives from major tech brands such as Canon, Leica, Nikon and Apple, and travelled to Singapore as a guest of Samsung.

Upon returning to Australia, Tim joined Niche Media as the online editor of MacWorld, a local edition of the popular tech title. During his time there, he helped drive traffic using the nascent social media services such as Facebook and Twitter, as well as the site's active in-house forum. Eventually taking on the position of editor, he helped launch a new title, Touch, a magazine devoted to the recently-released iPad and iPhone products.

After leaving MacWorld, Tim joined the not-for-profit, the Red Room Company, an arts organisation devoted to supporting literacy through the promotion of Australian poetry. Serving as communications manager and a producer, Tim helped generate publicity for the Red Room's many public programs, and oversaw the development of a multi-platform app, The Disappearing, which used geolocation to map newly-commissioned writing to places all around the country. As part of the project, Tim headed a series of events in conjunction with both Sydney Writer's Festival and Adelaide Writer's Week.

Since 2011, Tim has pursued a successful freelance career as both writer and photographer. He was an early and prolific contributor to Broadsheet, helping to craft the start-up publication's signature look and feel (while occasionally filling in as editor in both Melbourne and Sydney). In later years, he worked closely with Broadsheet's commercial editor to create advertorial content for paying clients such as BMW, Schweppes and Tourism New Zealand with the same high level of creative integrity as its editorial work. He is also the author of one of Broadsheet's first forays into book publishing, Broadsheet Melbourne Food, a compendium of the best culinary retail outlets in the city.

Over the past decade, Tim's writing and photography has been published in GoodFood and The Age; he's written bar and restaurant reviews for Time Out, and travelled to Peru, Chile, Sri Lanka, India and the Maldives for Luxury Travel.

As a commercial photographer, Tim's work has been used by countless Australian and international brands, including Coca-Cola, Qantas, Australia Post, Coopers, Bacardi-Lion, Robbins Island Wagyu, Flinder's Island Lamb, Australian Oyster Coast and Vue de Monde. Together with award-winning chef Coskun Uysal, he produced the cookbook Tulum, released by Melbourne Books.