As part of the Master of Interior Architecture Senior Project program, Woodbury University has invited filmmaker and architectural photographer Nils Timm to give a presentation on campus.
His presentation will be focused on the narrative capacity of film specifically towards the representation of architectural spaces.
This presentation is open to the public. Please arrive on time.
April 12, Tuesday
6:30pm – 7:30pm
Fletcher Jones Auditorium
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Alternative perspectives are a key element in Nils’ work. After participating in AFI’s prestigious directing program, Timm first established himself as a visual artist. He became heavily involved with architecture and design photography after shooting the architecture themed documentary “Humans Were Here” for Fritz Haeg and the Wattis Museum in San Francisco.
For 2016, Timm has been invited to exhibit his photography work at AIA Los Angeles.
Image: Courtesy of Nils Timm’s website