TIM RICHMOND is re-locating to Colorado, USA. More to follow
Tim Richmond (b.1959) grew up in England and Greece graduating from London College of Printing (Film + Photography) in 1982. For the next thirty years he photographed for publications that included, L’Uomo Vogue, Telegraph Magazine, Vanity Fair, World of Interiors, Wonderland, Port and more recently making short 16mm films for sites like Nowness.
In 2010 Richmond began to concentrate on his long-term documentary projects, the first of which “Last Best Hiding Place” a contemporary look at the American West was published in 2015.
“Love Bites” his follow up project, is based around a twenty mile stretch of the Bristol Channel in England. Francesca Maffeo Gallery in 2018 exhibited a small selection of the work. Currently there are plans for a large public space gallery touring show in UK and Europe plus a book in 2021/22.
Love Bites is the last project in UK before packing up the darkroom in Somerset and moving to USA.
Last Best Hiding Place. Kehrer 2015
His prints are housed in many private collections worldwide
Francesca Maffeo Gallery, Brugge Foto Festival, Grimaldi Gavin, London, Rencontres d’Arles, Musee de l’Elysee Nuits des Images, Hollywood Road Gallery, London, One Eyed Jack’s Brighton, Mother Gallery London.
Nowness, Photomonitor, GUP Magazine, Another Magazine, Raw View Magazine, Jorg Colberg’s Conscientious, Telegraph, CNN, The New Republic, Dirty Laundry Magazine, It’s Nice That, Un-Titled Project Magazine, Ain’t Bad Magazine, Zoo Magazine, Fotografia Magazine, ALTfoto, Esquire Russia, Emaho Magazine, Interview Germany, Empty Stretch, F stop Magazine, L’oeil de la Photographie