News from TJ Thorne

July 31, 2020: Interview by Ian Plant of Shuttermonkeys

Interview by Ian Plant of Shuttermonkeys

"In this episode of Photo Talk, pro photographer Ian Plant sits down for a conversation with intimate landscape photographer TJ Thorne."

July 1, 2020: Interview by Alister Benn on Vision and Light

Interview by Alister Benn on Vision and Light

"This was actually the first time I'd ever spoken to TJ, and we became very good friends almost immediately. We share the same quiet, thoughtful and introspective view of life and the landscape. I love TJ's quiet, emotional and vulnerable voice.

He is one of my very best friends. Please support his work by buying some of his learning material, or better yet, a beautiful piece of wall art."

May 13, 2020: In Conversation with Xploring Light - TJ Thorne, Alex Noriega, and Ted Gore

In Conversation with Xploring Light - TJ Thorne, Alex Noriega, and Ted Gore

"In this unique episode of Xtra Bytes, we go into an interesting conversation with three stalwarts of Landscape Photography: TJ THORNE, ALEX NORIEGA & TED GORE where we will discuss different aspects of landscape photography and its future post COVID19."

March 9, 2020: Podcast Interview on The Landscape Photography Show with David Johnston

Podcast Interview on The Landscape Photography Show with David Johnston

"I was really excited to have TJ Thorne on The Landscape Photography Show. Not only does TJ take photographs that make you stop and think, but he also has a very calming view of life. It could be because of his life experiences and some previous jobs that TJ has landed in the landscape photography field.

The more TJ Thorne and I talked about photography, the more I was able to relate to him. From the way he views photography and photos that speak to him, to the way he views creating a life that is inspiring made me come alive. At the core of our whole conversation, we dove into why do you love to take photos?"


September 1, 2018: Written Interview with Christian Hoiberg of Capture Landscapes

Written Interview with Christian Hoiberg of Capture Landscapes

TJ Thorne is an American landscape photographer with a deep connection to nature. In this interview, TJ talks about the importance of photographing for yourself rather than pleasing a crowd, how nature and photography has been therapeutic for him and much, much more. 

Thank you, TJ, for taking the time to give such an in-depth and deep interview. (read more...)


October 9, 2017: Podcast Interview with Matt Payne of f/Stop Collaborate and Listen

Podcast Interview with Matt Payne of f/Stop Collaborate and Listen

Matt Payne: "Episode 022 with Portland, Oregon-based landscape photographer, TJ Thorne. I have been appreciating TJ's excellent photography for quite awhile now ever since we connected on 500px and thought he would be an excellent guest on the podcast! I love TJ's images and you will too. TJ was a great guest and I think you will enjoy the conversation, especially if you are a fan of nature photography. TJ just went full-time as a professional landscape photographer, and I'm excited for where he's going." (read more...)


August 15, 2017: Written Interview with Cody Schultz

Written Interview with Cody Schultz

Tell us a little about yourself (who you are, where you are based, what you shoot, etc.)

My name is TJ Thorne and I’m based in the beautiful Pacific Northwest region of the United States. Since 2001 I have lived in Portland, OR. The abundance, accessibility, and diversity of the natural areas around here led me into nature/landscape photography. While I have always enjoyed using a camera and have shot a variety of subjects for as long as I can remember (read more...)


November 4, 2014: Written Interview with Brian Rueb of Aperture Academy

Written Interview with Brian Rueb of Aperture Academy

From Brian Rueb: "We want to thank TJ Thorne, this month's spotlighted ApertureAcademy.com guest photographer, for generously sharing his time, photography and thoughts with all of us! Please visit his links to see more of his stunning work, and to let him know you enjoyed this interview! (read more...)