Crawford has been photographing flowers of the Rocky Mountain region for decades. These current wildflower photos are the product of a new technique. Using a Nikon D-300 camera, an assortment of lenses, and an ancient Norman studio strobe system, he now brings the flowers into his studio and photographs them against a black velvet backdrop. Presenting a flower removed from its natural setting changes the relationship of the flower and the viewer. Chuck Watson, an attorney and friend, has said of Tim’s photographs, “I’ll never see wildflowers the same again.” These have been on exhibit at the Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture, ECCE Gallery, F-11 Camera, Cello Gallery, and Sundog Gallery of Bozeman. They have also been exhibited at the Roundup Memorial Hospital. This photography is a juxtaposition of his love of nature and studio technique.