Timothy Page began his photographic career in Thailand and Laos in 1963-1965, freelancing for UPI and AFP with images of the Laotian civil war and the activities of Hanoi-backed guerrillas in Thailand. Timothy Page was freelancing (since 1979) in the United Kingdom for Observer Magazine, Newsweek, BBC, and, in Paris, SIPA Press. He previously freelanced (1972-1978) in the Los Angeles and San Francisco areas for Rolling Stone, Crawdaddy/Feature, and New Times, among other journals. Timothy Page was on contract to Time-Life in Rome in 1970-1971, and from 1965 to 1969 photographed the war in Vietnam for Time-Life, Look, British newspapers and magazines, UPI, AP, and Paris-Match. He also shot documentary footage for BBC and CBC.