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In our latest Collective Shorts series, photographer Aaron Tilley explores the notion of narratives and storytelling through carefully constructed and captured still images. Executed in a manner that is playful, yet driven with tension, Tilley’s photography exacts an anticipation of the moment that is about to happen.

About the photographer


Aaron Tilley is a London based conceptual still life photographer. He creates playful, yet sophisticated, imagery for a variety of international clients and projects. Within his work, Aaron particularly likes to take inspiration from every day, familiar objects but often adding a subtle humour by placing them in a fun and unexpected scenario. Aaron regularly collaborates with Art directors, Artists and Set designers on bigger projects. His clients include The Gourmand Journal, Kinfolk Magazine, Creative Review, Financial Times, Bose, Ford and Google.

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What will you find inside Momentum

Momentum is a collection of some of Tilley’s best work to date. His photography continuously captivates the viewer, leading us to something perhaps unexpected, out of context or that may cause us some unease but in a fun and highly-dramatic way.

Momentum is a collection of some of Tilley’s best work to date. His photography continuously captivates the viewer, leading us to something perhaps unexpected, out of context or that may cause us some unease but in a fun and highly-dramatic way.

hardcover – 112 pages – matte paper
170x230mm – 1 kg – english
Isbn – 9789187815355

Aaron Tilley

Aaron Tilley


Aaron likes to take inspiration from not only everyday objects, but also food, art, science and nature. And no matter his subject, he always aims to breath life into his work, transforming the subject from the familiar to the thought-provoking.


Photographer

Francois Le Bled

Francois Le Bled


Publisher, marketer and cultural devourer, Francois’s main occupation is to read. When he does not read, he is also a big movie fan .. and reads about them. Francois curiosity about things and people are what motivates him to learn and now write.


Editor

Daniel Zachrisson

Daniel Zachrisson


Mainly a graphic designer, but with wider insights in photography, film, typography and art. I come from a deep theoretical background; after studies in Media and Communication, Modern Art and Philosophy I worked as a lecturer in various fields of visual communication and cultural studies.


Designer

Matt Porter

Matt Porter


A Yorkshireman living in London. Matt can often be found exploring his city (and beyond). He takes inspiration from different environments to develop his writing and creative work.


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