Timothy Davison is a wildlife artist. Since growing up in Wahoo, Nebraska, he has traveled to all 50 states while working with non-profits, zoos, and wildlife rescues. In doing so, he has worked with a multitude of animals and spoken to over a million people about wildlife conservation and sustainability.
Today, he uses cameras and canvases to help tell the stories about wildlife that fascinate and inspire. His artwork has helped raise money to benefit various non-profit organizations and contributed to the conservation of critically endangered species like African penguins, elephants, and orangutans.
Tim and his wife, Stephanie Arne have collaborated on a number of projects, in 2019, they created the short film, Saving Penguins | The African Penguin Nest Project. They also spent several years living on the road in a tiny house on wheels while spreading awareness at universities, museums, zoos, and festivals about wildlife conservation on a daily basis through living more sustainably at home.
Today, they live in Eureka, Missouri, where Tim creates art and Stephanie is the Director of Education at the Endangered Wolf Center. They have also hosted fundraisers (both in-person and online) to help a number of endangered species and conservation organizations. Their favorite events are galas in which Tim paints live (in a tux, of course) and Stephanie gives a talk.