Images courtesy of Tim Walker
Elaborate set design and artistic practice finding inspiration in whimsical, fairytale and absurd is what makes the British photographer Tim Waker a unique creative force in fashion. His first interest in photography began as Walker was working in the archives of Cecil Beaton at the London Conde Nast library and was further developed at Exter College of Art. It was not until Tim Walker relocated to New York and was hired to be Richard Avedon’s assistant that he started to develop his unique aesthetic. Experimentation with production design that often dwarfs his models is his signature and fills the photographs with surreal narrative, eerie energy and comical play on absurd. Tim Walker’s work is thought after by international fashion magazines and art collectors and his photographs have been the subject of multiple exhibitions. To learn more about Tim Walker, enjoy his extended biography here.