Tim Walker is a British photographer that started his huge international photography and design career when shooting for Vogue at only 25. His magical and fantasy-like photography grasps at your collar when viewing his images, he creates an Alice and Wonderland world, but he doesn't leave out the toxic uniformity like a children's book would.
Before pursuing his photography career is such full force he worked as Richard Avedon's assistant in NYC, before he went back to his home in London to create his own career, and that he did. His work speaks of theatrical meaning, a sort of old century DIY culture comes forward. It sparks a sense of discomfort while still holding the viewers gaze long enough to get the point across.
"VIEWERS WILL BE DRAWN IN TO METICULOUSLY CRAFTED SCENES, OTHERWORLDLY LANDSCAPES WHICH REVEAL TIM'S REGARD FOR BRITISH PAINTERS SUCH AS ERIC RAVILIOUS AND PAUL NASH. HIS SEDUCTIVE IMAGES DEMAND TO BE READ AS MORE THAN FASHION."
- Greville Worthington, a former Turner Prize judge