Tim Orr studied cinematography at the North Carolina School of the Arts School of Filmmaking alongside fellow classmate David Gordon Green.  He has directed photography on all of Green's features, which include: PINEAPPLE EXPRESS, JOE, PRINCE AVALANCHE, SNOW ANGELS, ALL THE REAL GIRLS and GEORGE WASHINGTON, for which Orr was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award.  In addition to his work with David Gordon Green, Orr has served as Director of Photography on Mike White's YEAR OF THE DOG, Peter Sollett's award winning debut RAISING VICTOR VARGAS, and Mark Milgard's DANDELION, for which Orr was again nominated for an Independent Spirit Award.  His additional film credits include: Jody Hill's OBSERVE AND REPORT, Clark Gregg's CHOKE, TRUST THE MAN, IMAGINARY HEROES, LITTLE MANHATTAN, and SEEKING A FRIEND FOR THE END OF THE WORLD, CYMBELINE,  MANGLEHORN, Z for ZACHARIAH, OUR BRAND IS CRISIS and PEE WEE'S BIG HOLIDAY.  Upcoming releases include the teen sci-fi adventure MILES and RICHARD SAYS GOODBYE.



Best Cinematography:  Stockholm Film Festival - GEORGE WASHINGTON (2000)
Independent Spirit Award Nomination  - GEORGE WASHINGTON (2001)
Best Cinematography: Cinemarati Critics Awards - ALL THE REAL GIRLS (2003)
Best Cinematography:  River Run International Film Festival – DANDELION (2004)
Independent Spirit Award Nomination  – DANDELION (2005)
Satellite Awards Nomination - SNOW ANGELS (2008)
Chlotrudis Awards – Nomination – GEORGE WASHINGTON (2001)
Chlotrudis Awards – Nomination - SNOW ANGELS (2004)