Tim Goffe is a painter living and working in South London. His style is a balance of precision and expressive mark-making and is concerned with capturing the light that can transform the over looked and forgotten spaces and places that make up our daily lives. Where this light falls varies but themes often develop; petrol stations at night, roof tops, historic interiors, empty shops are all subjects he revisits.
Goffe studied fine art in Brighton and Photography in Central London Poly where he later established himself as a photographer. Since studying with in St Ives tonealist Colin Orchard and after winning the Gordon Hulson Prize at the RBA open exhibition he now paints full time. He has since been in many group shows and top competitions including; The Lynn Painter Stainers, NEAC open, The Threadneedle Prize, The National, ING Discerning eye and has been selected by Grayson Perry and Barbara Rae for the last Royal Academy Summer shows. Last year he had his first solo show in Central London. He is collected worldwide.