Tim Walker is one of the most imaginative and visionary fashion photographers of our time. His work is a blend of fairy tales, fantasy and adventure, with a touch of humor and surrealism. He creates lavish and whimsical scenes with extraordinary props and costumes, transforming models and celebrities into fascinating characters.
Suppose you are in London. In that case, you have a unique opportunity to see Tim Walker's work in person at Somerset House, where he presents his exhibition Tim Walker: Story Teller, in collaboration with Mulberry. The exhibition coincides with the launch of his new book, "Story Teller", published by Thames and Hudson.
The exhibition showcases some of Tim Walker's most iconic images and new photographs commissioned by Mulberry. You will also be able to see the original props and sets used in his shoots, such as a giant swan, a UFO, a spitfire plane and a doll's house. The exhibition is a journey into Tim Walker's creative world, where anything is possible.
Tim Walker was born in England in 1970 and started taking pictures as a young boy. He was inspired by Cecil Beaton's work, which he discovered while working at the Condé Nast Library in London. He studied photography at Exeter College of Art and then moved to New York, where he worked as an assistant to Richard Avedon. He shot his first story for British Vogue at the age of 25 and since then he has worked for Vogue, Vanity Fair, W, LOVE, Another Man and i-D. He has also published seven books and staged solo exhibitions at major museums.