Photography is a field that you can't take Timothy Flower out of. When he's not working as a director of photography, he's out in the open taking photos of things that inspire him. It's not just a job for Timothy but rather a calling that he gets to answer everyday.
He's pretty much have a lot to go around for everybody when it comes to photographs. What really had us hooked was his series of photographs shot entirely on infrared film. Timothy created a majestic display of colorful explosions with Kodak Aerochrome film. His shots are just beautiful and there's not other way around it. It's great to see a rare film stock put to good use by someone who lives to make brilliant images. We're quite sure that Timothy made every frame of that Aerochrome count.
If you're interested in Timothy's work, you may head to his website and Instagram account.
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