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Raising Money for Photography Assistants

Tim Tadder by Tim Tadder on March 29, 2020


While the world works to heal itself and take on this tragedy headfirst, we want to make sure we are supporting those who always support us. To do so, we are asking you to join us in Art for Assistants, a campaign to turn paper and ink into financial support for photography assistants.

We are selling a limited edition of 100, 11"x14" prints of Tim Tadder's United States of Purple - Red State series on Epson metallic luster, archival paper. Prints are selling for $100 each, but of course, donations of any size are welcomed.

One hundred percent of proceeds from the sale of these photography prints will go to cover the living expenses of those dedicated sidekicks, who no longer have the opportunity to work.

With Epson’s partnership, Art for Assistants will mobilize the world’s greatest image-makers to sell limited edition prints, in order to raise money for all the assistants heavily impacted by the lack of work.

We encourage you to share this campaign with your audience and greatly appreciate any donations you’re able to make during such a challenging time.

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More About Tim Tadder

Tim TadderI draw upon my experiences as a teacher and a team player to plan better, problem solve smarter and push myself, the talent and crew to deliver the very best performances possible. Success is the cumulative effort of all the little things along the way that make the work great. I am still climbing, scratching and clawing my way towards being my very best. I still approach every opportunity to make images both moving and still with the same passion as my very first assignment. The craft of creating is never lost on me. Today I am the best version of myself - I’ve evolved into a producer, director, writer and photographer, a true visual communicator. I am leveraging all the lessons l learned to make shrewder choices, be more efficient, and amplify my effectiveness to communicate.

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