About

You'll see the tag line "The Pictures are Everything" across my site.  It's something Macho Man Randy Savage told me over and over when we planned his wedding photography.  There would be no videographer and  no guests with cameras during his private beach wedding.   The photos I was to take were to be the only physical record of the event and important heirlooms for everyone involved. 

  He reminded me  that every shoot is important and every photograph I provide is likely to become more valuable as time goes on.

   Randy passed away about a year-to-the-day after his 2010 wedding.   

    The pictures are everything.

  It doesn't matter to me who you are.  I know that if you hire me to photograph something or someone of importance to you, you're counting on me to deliver images with impact, emotion, drama, beauty and passion.   I don't take that responsibility lightly.

  I've been at this a long time.   I began this visual journey as a photojournalist in the U.S. Navy in 1984.  

  Since 2004,  I've been shooting for Getty Images, news and celebrity and running my own business from Florida and Pennsylvania.  

  I treat all my clients the same:   Be professional.  Be nice.  Have Fun.    Most of all, deliver great photographs.  

  The pictures are everything.

  Weddings begin at $500.  

  Headshots begin at $250.

  Call or email me.    I'd love to work with you!

  I live in Tampa Bay, Florida and Altoona, PA, but accept assignments worldwide.  

 Tim@Tim BoylesPhotography.com

727.504.9425

On the right, as a young photojournalist in the US Navy around 1988.  My cohort George Hammond III is on the left.  We called ourselves "The News Brothers."

On the right, as a young photojournalist in the US Navy around 1988.  My cohort George Hammond III is on the left.  We called ourselves "The News Brothers."

With my father as Nik Wallenda's personal photographer at the Grand Canyon in 2013.     Thomas Bender Photograph.  

With my father as Nik Wallenda's personal photographer at the Grand Canyon in 2013.     Thomas Bender Photograph.