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A good photograph tells a story – a great photograph helps you share that story with the world.

Whether photographing urban art in California or protesters in Edinburgh, Timothy Aikman’s images shine a light on worlds we might otherwise overlook. Photography shouldn’t merely tell you what you see, but encourage you to learn, discover and be inspired. The people Timothy photographs are not just subjects –  they are the protagonists of their own story.