For the latest issue of i-D, we joined forces with the boundary-pushing photographer Tim Walker. In over 80 shoots, Tim captured some of the most brilliant, inspiring and resilient young creatives working in London today. Here cover-star, Adwoa Aboah sits down with the elusive image-maker himself for a very special i-Cons – to discover more about the mantra, ‘Stay Weird, Stay Different’ that inspired the issue.

Host Adwoa Aboah
Director Emma Dalzell
Producer Declan Higgins
Global Executive Producer Eloise King

Camera Operator Tim Walker, Emma Dalzell
Additional Camera Grant Armour, Richard Smith
Sound Recordist Andrew Watson, Ormazabal Martinez
Editor Elena Carmen
Colourist Eva Pomposo At Mpc
Sound Mix Guy Chase, Matt Cheney

Production Manager Lauran Clark
Production Coordinator
Rosa Harris Edmonds

Post Production Manager Tom Lynch
Post Production Coordinator Regina Lemaire-Costa

Rights & Clearances Christina Lombardo
Music Supervisor Alex Benge
Music Coordinator Bonnie Reilly
Studio Manager Polly Williams

Production Accountant David Gray
Equipment Manager Richard Smith

Equipment Assistant Henry Cotsford
Post Tech Supervisor Dominic Brouard

Commercial Creative Director Bunny Kinney
VP Production, UK Bree Horn
Production Executive Shelley Hurley

Head Of Post Production Daniel Elias

Channel Manager, UK Jordan Joseph

Photos and Films Courtesy of Tim Walker

Diane Arbus Image Photography ⓒ Gideon Lewin

August Sander Image “SANDE79988.tif” August Sander People of the 20th Century. People Who Came to My Door (printed 1990)
Portfolio of 12 photographs; gelatin silver prints 24 x 18 cm / 9 1/2 x 7 1/8 in each
Installation view ‘Serialities’, Hauser & Wirth New York, 22nd Street, 2017
© Die Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur ­– August Sander Archiv, Cologne;
ARS, New York Courtesy of Galerie Julian Sander, Cologne
Photo: Timothy Doyon

Versace Spring Summer 1995 Photography: Richard Avedon © The Richard Avedon Foundation

Special Thanks Grace Coddington, Tim Walker Studio

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