Timothy Cohen is a Belgo-American self-taught photographer with a passion for the travels, the outdoors, the people and their culture.

After he graduated from the Royal Conservatory of Mons in 2014, he left Belgium and spent a few months traveling in Nepal and Jordan where he definitely caught the travel bug.

He spent the following year backpacking solo all around South America, enriching his portfolio and making great encounters while discovering other traditions and cultures, taking a beautiful lesson of humanity.

The breakthrough came when one of his pictures was selected by National Geographic to be exhibited at the World Bank headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Since then, he travels the world as much as he can and landed himself into the Lonely Planet Pathfinders program where his pictures and writings are being featured.

There’s a reason we don’t see the world in black and white.
— Celerie Kemble

Color is at the heart.

Where the big photography trends are nowadays prone to desaturation, dual tones and minimalism, Timothy exalts the color in the everyday life, adding a unique pictorial dimension to his work.