Tim Hall, a British Fine Art Photographer based in London, specializes
in portraits, landscapes and seascapes. His work is of the highest
standard and is of museum quality. Tim's sensitive and often-spiritual
depictions compels supporters and art enthusiasts to note, "As
arresting as Tim Hall's photographs are to viewers today, it is
safe to say that they will affect a future generation with even
Tim Hall, a graduate of the University of Manchester, began his
career as staff photographer for the London based, Redferns Music
Picture Library. His images of jazz and rock musicians including
the greats Miles Davis and Prince have appeared in magazines,
books and newspapers throughout the world.
During the 1990s, Tim lived and worked in Southeast Asia where
he photographed numerous books on countries in the region with
a strong focus on Indochina. These publications include such bestsellers
as Cambodia: A Portrait and Back to Mandalay. During his sojourn
in the region, Tim photographed the indigenous people of the area
and developed a style of photography in the tradition of Irving
Penn. These romantic and often insightful portraits that capture
the nostalgic mood of a bygone era can be seen in his Golden Faces
and Hanoi People series.
These pictures follow the life of the inhabitants of Varanasi,
capturing remarkable scenes of worshippers in the river Ganges
during the Lunar Festival and striking portraits of the dwellers
of this ancient city.
Tim Hall's latest project, depicts images of seascapes and beach
scenes throughout England and is very close to the artist's heart.
The series embodies his life's work thus far. The feel and mood
portrayed within this work has reverberated with his supporters
striking an emotional chord, describing them as both sensitive
Tim Hall's work is sold in top galleries worldwide and is available
as limited edition prints, each signed, numbered and dated. Institutions
and art collectors worldwide have bought his work.