Tim Walker: Shoot for the Moon


Renowned for his sumptuously surrealist fashion photography, Tim Walker explores the sources of photographic imagination in this much anticipated new monograph, published to coincide with a new major exhibition.


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Tim Walker


‘Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you will land among the stars’ Norman Vincent Peale

Tim Walker’s monograph Story Teller, published by Thames & Hudson, introduced audiences to this unique photographer’s fantastical, magical worlds, conjured anew with each shoot. But every point must have its counterpoint, day its night, light its dark; creativity is no different. Shoot for the Moon, Walker’s much anticipated followup, draws audiences close to reveal fantasy’s other, darker side.

Delving deep into the art and mind of one of the most exciting and original fashion photographers working today, Shoot for the Moon showcases the gamut of Walker’s weird, wild Wonderlands. In images that demand to be read as art as much as fashion, his signature opulence and decadent eccentricity encroach ever further beyond the ‘real’, exploring the mysteries of imagination and inspiration, and where it is they come from.

Dazzlingly designed to a lavish spec, with images featuring some of the biggest names in fashion and contemporary culture, and texts and commentary by a collection of noteworthy contributors as well as Walker himself, Shoot for the Moon is set to be an unmissable addition to the lexicon of fashion photography.

Additional information

Weight 2422 g
Dimensions 25.6 x 32.6 cm
Publisher name Thames and Hudson Ltd
Publication date 1 October 2019
Number of pages 340
Format Paperback / softback
Dimensions 25.6 x 32.6 cm
Weight 2422 g


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Tim Walker's prize-winning photography appears regularly in the world's best fashion magazines, including Vogue (British, Italian and American), Vanity Fair, W Magazine, Harper's Bazaar and Love. Working primarily in the world of fashion, Walker has achieved the recognition of his work being acquired for the permanent collections of both the Victoria and Albert Museum and the National Portrait Gallery in London.