UPDATE: Thank you to those who submitted and voted on questions; I got in touch with Tim and sent him the interview questions, so a blog post will be coming soon.
I met Tim Grey, a photographer, author and educator a few weeks back, and he expressed some interest in this site. He makes a living teaching people photography, so I had initially thought it might be fun to do a chat event with him - a sort of live Q&A that also allows for some tangential conversation, but since this community is scattered across the globe, finding a time to do that would be difficult.
My current plan is interview him for the Photography Blog Overflow - but since this is a community site, I'd like it to be a crowd-sourced interview.
(Note: I'm not sure whether this will be an email interview or a phone/Skype interview that I can put up a recording and written summary of. Either way, I'd love your questions.)
Tim's books are mostly about Photoshop and Lightroom, but he also seems interested in color and lighting.
So: Do you have any questions you would like to ask him? Either about photographic editing/post-processing, photography education, earning a living from teaching photography, or anything else?
Let me know in the answers below. (Ideally, I'd like all the questions by March 9. :)