Every image is a farewell kiss to the present…

© Tim Gallo.

The bed rotates.

Feeling crackling gears underneath over-washed sheets makes photographing you so much more surreal. The bed keeps rotating to the left. Bent mirrors reflect bent images. Everything is genuine when not recognized…

I am like a paper ship wiggling on waves. Nothing is straight in the creative process. And you either swing with it or you drown…

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Based in Tokyo Japan, I work as celebrity portrait photographer. Sometimes Movie Director. Occasionally poet. I apologise for not perfect english. timgallo.com

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Tim Gallo

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Based in Tokyo Japan, I work as celebrity portrait photographer. Sometimes Movie Director. Occasionally poet. I apologise for not perfect english. timgallo.com

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