Tim Walker has always been one of my favorite photographers to work with. Even in this new age of digital everything, Tim is a firm believer in the magic of old school film. Like a master theater director he creates all the special effects you see in his pictures and on set using amazing props and settings in lieu of Photoshop post-production.
For Albion’s 2012 campaign (my second time working with Albion and Tim) we traveled to northern England with giant spools of thread, massive paper planes and other Alice in Wonderland-esque props. Stay tuned for my behind the scenes pictures, and check out my British Vogue Editorial from a few years back to see more of Tim’s amazing work HERE (click me) - melting trombones, cotton wool clouds, a 7-foot glove… it’s all there.
TIM WALKER - Albion Campaign. I just stumbled across this picture shot by Tim Walker a few months ago and was so excited to show it. Why? Well Tim is known for rarely (if ever) using photoshop, which is very unusual in his profession. This is in fact a real miniature greenhouse with miniature pots, flowers and ladder.