Tim Tadder is a world-renowned artist photographer who works out of San Diego. Luezer Archive magazine has rated him among the top 200 photographers and in 2015 he was rated by Epson as one of the five most influential photographers. His client list includes some of the world’s largest corporations in the world such as Adidas, Coca Cola, Mercedes-Benz, Sony and many more.
Tim Tadder is the son of a photographer and grew up in Baltimore, where he accumulated countless memories of his father working long hours in his studio and dark room. Like many other photographers, he discovered his vocation early in life, but it would be several years later before he finally opted to pursue photojournalism. His passion has always been to create intelligent images that create a narrative. As a logical consequence, he enrolled in a Master’s Programme in Photojournalism at the Ohio University School of Visual Arts. His academic studies have had a profound impact on his artistic work, in which he constantly strives to go to greater depths of understanding and give real meaning to his creations.
After gaining recognition in the major New York art markets, he has begun to emerge in the Canadian scene, where he is represented exclusively by Montreal Gallery MX.
The Series Nothing to See focuses on the deeply entrenched instinct of many people to pass through life with blinkers on their eyes, while using denial to reinforce their comfort zone. This collection is deeply engaged in contemporary American politics. In addition to the undeniable aesthetic qualities, it is a powerful expression of challenge and denunciation.