Tim Walker by Robin Muir
Story Teller

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...Walker’s creations seem both timely and classic...
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A stunning photography collection from world-renowned fashion photographer Tim Walker, Story Teller showcases his signature fantastic style with some of the biggest names in fashion and contemporary culture. Walker is one of the most exciting photographers of our time, and his flamboyant style—often tongue-in-cheek but always exquisitely executed—places him in the line of brilliant eccentrics from Cecil Beaton to David LaChapelle. Showcasing 170 photographs through Walker’s most recent work, the book features many A-listers in fashion and Hollywood, including Tilda Swinton, Helena Bonham Carter, and Alber Elbaz. The book includes a foreword by Kate Bush, an introduction by writer Robin Muir, and an afterword by Tim Walker.

Praise for Tim Walker: Story Teller:

“A delight.” —The New York Times

“You’ll delight in the fashion photographer’s visual daydreams.” —DuJour magazine

Selected in “Guide to coffee table books as holiday gifts.” —Associated Press

“I can’t wait to have his greatest hits in one book.” —W magazine

“This book will make you stretch your own imagination as well.” —The Denver Post


About Robin Muir

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Tim Walker is a world-renowned photographer whose highly recognizable fashion stories appear regularly in the world's best magazines, including Vanity Fair, W, and British, Italian, and American editions of Vogue.
Published November 1, 2012 by Abrams. 256 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Education & Reference. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Valerie Steele on Nov 30 2012

...Walker’s creations seem both timely and classic...

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