Tim Usborne
Born 1964



Matt is Tim's partner

Having studied Physics and Philosophy at Bristol University, Tim decided on a career in television.

Making television programmes, he traveled the world from Hong Kong, to Bombay to Sydney in Australia before settling in London.

Now he specialises in producing and directing documentary films.

He has made films for the BBC, ITV, Sky, Channel 4, Discovery, National Geographic and many others.

His past films include ‘Atom’ a history of atomic physics which was nominated and specially commended at the Grierson Awards, ‘Science and Islam’, a series examining the role of Islam in the history of science, ‘Genius of Britain’, about British scientific heroes, ‘The Gene Code’ exploring genomics, ‘Horizon: The Truth About Fat’, ‘The Story of Electricity‘ and most recently, ‘Micro Monsters 3D’, a Natural History series about insects, filmed in 3D and presented by Sir David Attenborough.

He is currently developing a feature documentary about the unexpected role of hippies in quantum mechanics.

He lives with his partner in North London



9 Aveuall Road, London N5 1DP.