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an interview with tim walker

It's been almost two years since I discovered fashion photographer Tim Walker - I was instantly obsessed, of course. Since then, I've devoured anything and everything that I can find about the man, though I’m sad to admit that I’ve yet to purchase his book (tsk, tsk). Anywho, this short film is my most recent discovery. I’m thanking my lucky stars that the film’s director included a few stills of Mr. Walker’s scrapbooks, which the photographer describes as “a cupboard full of ingredients.” Walker saves everything that intrigues him and pastes them in these books – they later serve as inspiration for the fashion shoots we readers swoon over. I’d die to peek inside his scrapbook archive… But who knows? Maybe someday they’ll be published à la Cecil Beaton. One can only hope!

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thank you for sharing, love Tim Walker's work...dreamy

12.6.2011 | Unregistered CommenterJennifer

Gaah. Me too. When I first discovered him, I couldn't believe what I was seeing. If I could jump into anyone's head for a day, I would probably choose him. Or Kate Middleton. I still can't decide.

12.6.2011 | Registered Commentera lovely being

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