Tim Walker is a photographer based in London. His photographs have appeared in Vogue, every month for over a decade. Extravagant staging and romantic motifs characterise his style. Tim’s interest in photography began during work experience at Condé Nast where he set up the Cecil Beaton archive. After graduating from Exeter Art College, he worked as a freelance photographic assistant before working as Richard Avedon’s assistant in New York. His career as a photographer was launched when he came third in the Independent Young Photographer of the Year Award, and he went on to contribute to high-profile magazines including Vogue, W and Harper‘s Bazaar as well as major ad campaigns. He is now branching out into cinema.
Portrait of Tim Walker
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Tim Walker's first film, a short piece entitled The Lost Explorer. The film is a coming of age story which centres on a young girl called Evelyn, who discovers an explorer camping at the bottom of her garden,
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