(B. 1967, England)

During the 1990s, Tim Hall lived & 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 & Back to Mandalay. During this sojourn, Tim photographed the indigenous people of the area & developed a style of photography in the tradition of Irving Penn making romantic & often insightful portraits. In 1997, Tim also shot a cross-section of Hong Kong society to mark the end of British rule.

Tim has travelled extensively & has recently journeyed to India, where he worked on an exhibition series entitled Pilgrimage. These pictures follow the life of the inhabitants of Varanasi, capturing remarkable scenes of worshippers in the river Ganges during the Lunar Festival.