Kids at Home and at Play by Tim MacPherson – Design You Trust

Kids at Home and at Play by Tim MacPherson

Tim Macpherson is a UK based advertising photographer who started his career shooting Editorial for magazines. His works are published in best advertising photographers book Lurzers. He works for The Sunday Times, Nikon, Phillips etc. Photoset is short, but very creative.

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