Tim Bret-Day

Stroboscopic Woman in White

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Tim Bret-Day
Stroboscopic Woman in White
Signed and numbered
Fine art print on Hahnemuhle photo rag paper
27 1/2 x 34 1/4 in
70 x 87 cm
Edition of 25 plus 1 artist's proof

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Tim Bret-Day

Born in London, Tim began his career as a rock photographer but was soon drawn to the world of fashion and began shooting for The Face, Elle, Harpers and Marie Claire, travelling the world extensively. He developed a very distinctive style, and was soon working on major campaigns for all the top agencies in London, as well as helping to develop brands such as Agent Provocateur with a unique and often unconventional style of photography.

Clients include: Virgin Atlantic, Harvey Nichols, Agent Provocateur, Mercedez, Nokia, Ikea, Samsung, Sony Music, ITV, Castello, British Airways, Illamasqa, Ghd, Exte, Sky, L'Oreal, Smirnoff and Siemens.

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