Tim Greenway is a commercial, editorial and fine art photographer living in Portland since 2003. Greenway serves as an assistant adjunct professor at the University of New England teaching digital photography since 2016.
Greenway’s photography of the Maine coast concentrates on the unique scenes of the landscape and the details of the micro-ecology transforming the familiar coastline into an abstraction of color, texture and patterns.
His photography has been featured in a variety of award-winning publications and he is the primary photographer for Mainebiz. During his career his themes ranged from documentary stories on homelessness and drug addiction to professional sports, local entrepreneurs, and architecture photography.
Greenway moved from the Midwest to Portland, Maine to attend the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and received his degree in photojournalism from Winona State University in Minnesota.
Winona State University, Minnesota, 1998
Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, Maine, 2003
2013 - Second Place, Scenic Photo, Maine Press Association Contest
2012 - First Place, Feature Photo, New England Associated Press
2011 - First Place, Sports Photo, New England Associated Press
2010 - Third Place, Scenic Photo, Maine Press Association Contest
1998 - First Place, Feature Phot, Minnesota Newspaper Association
2019 - “Mackworth Island Transformed,” The Art Gallery at Ketchum Library, UNE Biddeford, ME
2018 - “Mackworth Island Transformed,” SPACE/Portland Container Company and Portland City Hall Rotunda, Portland, ME
2019 - “Everyday Maine,” UNE Art Gallery, Portland, ME
2018 - “Photo A Go Go,” Speedwell Projects, Portland. ME
2018 - “Faculty Exhibition,” UNE Engine Gallery, Biddeford, ME, and UNE Art Gallery, Portland, ME
2018 - “Everyday Maine,” Holocaust and Human Rights Center, Augusta, ME
2007 - “Blue Room Anniversary,” SPACE, Portland, ME
2004 - “Nature’s Way,” Aries Gallery, Portland. ME
Museum of Art