Photographer, Tim Keeton, founded Leicester based Impact Images Photography in 2009, specialising in motorsport, sport, commercial, press and PR, launches and tests, providing the highest quality images to editorial, corporate and commercial clients. Award winning photographer, Tim Keeton, has over twenty-five years experience as a professional photographer and has worked for some of the UK’s most prestigious photographic agencies, national newspapers and magazines. He is used to working to clients' specific briefs, under pressure and to tight deadlines without any compromise to the quality of the final images.


Over the years Tim has covered all forms of motorsport including Formula 1, World Rally Championship, British Touring Cars, the GT Championship, MotoGP, World Superbikes (SBK), British Superbikes (BSB), Isle of Man TT and Motocross. Latterly, Tim has specialised in bikesport, covering the British Superbike Championship, working for teams such as SWAN Yamaha. (now Milwaukee Yamaha), Rapid Solicitors-Bathams Ducati, Pr1mo Racing Kawasaki, Harley-Davidson, Racing Steps Foundation GP125, CN Racing, GSE Airwaves Ducati, HM Plant Honda, Rizla Suzuki, MSS Discovery Kawasaki, Chris Walker, Joe Francis and RAF Reserves. Clients have also included title sponsors such as, Bennetts Insurance, Pirelli, STIHL, Silkolene and Maxxis. Tim's work is regularly published in national newspapers and bike publications, including MCN, Australian Motorcycle News, Bikesport News, Moto Revue, Twin and Triple, Motorcycle Racer Magazine and Superbike Magazine. In 2007 Tim’s coverage of the Isle of Man centenary races was published in two of the commemorative books.

Tim has covered most forms of sport including football, cricket, rugby, tennis, athletics, cycling, horse racing, 3-day eventing and hockey. Tim was the official club photographer for Leicester City FC for 14 seasons between 1993 and 2007. He has also covered soccer at Premiership and International level, both domestically and in Europe. Tim has covered the Rugby World Cup and the World Cup Sevens as well as International and domestic rugby. He has cricket experience at both county and test level.

Over the years Tim has worked for numerous commercial / PR clients providing marketing, advertising, press release and product photography, business portraiture and event photography. Corporate customers have included: Harley-Davidson, Triumph Motorcycles, SWAN, GB Racing, Donington Park, Vauxhall, the Football Association, Precision Training, Adidas, Nike, Under Armour, JJB, Bennetts Insurance, Henderson Insurance, ASDA, Sainsbury’s, Wrigleys, Royal Bank of Scotland, Alliance & Leicester, Barclays Bank, Leicestershire Constabulary, Birse Construction, Pukka Pies, Walkers Crisps, Cross Country Trains, Jephson Housing Association, Three Oaks Homes, East Midlands Housing Association, North Lincolnshire Homes, Dunlop and MAXXIS tyres, Micron and Arrow exhaust manufacturers, Frank Thomas clothing, RST and BKS Leathers and BMI Regional Inflight Magazine.

Tim Keeton, has worked on product launches / tests for clients such as Harley-Davidson, Buell, Honda, Triumph Motorcycles, GB Racing, Dunlop tyres, Arrow, and Micron exhausts, Frank Thomas and BKS Leathers, Adidas and Precision Training. On manufacturer launches and tests, both abroad and in the UK, Tim’s work has been published in national newspapers, trade press, Motorcycle News and magazines such as TWO, Superbike, Ride, Bike, Practical Sportsbikes, Australian MCN and on web sites such as Visor Down, Raptor and Rockets, Motorcyclistonline, Driving.ca, Rider Magazine and ggintersport.com

With portraiture, Tim Keeton, believes that you need to be not only comfortable with your photographer, but also with your surroundings to enjoy the experience of having your picture taken. If you are not as ease, the pictures will reflect this. For this reason his portraits can be done in the comfort of your own home, or in a setting that you are familiar with.

Tim’s awards include the 1989 UK Press Gazette Sports Action picture award, in 1997 he was a finalist in the Tanglefoot Sporting Tangles Award, in January 2010 and April 2011 he won the the Calumet ‘Picture of the Week’ and in 2004 Tim won the prestigious FIM Centenary Photo Contest, celebrating 100 years of motorbike sport, with his Haga Fireball image, which was also the inspiration for the name of the business.