Tim Soter is known for his active search for interesting environments as well as his photographic sense of humor. Or that’s what he’d prefer you to think.
He was raised in a log cabin, studied photography in Pennsylvania and in 1994 moved to Brooklyn, NY. He immediately began a personal project documenting the underground electronic music scene for a period of seven years. Tim moved on to editorial and commercial photography and his clients include Vogue, Maxim, Spin and Rolling Stone as well as Oneida, Adidas, Coca-Cola and Ford.
He has photographed the President of Syria, spent the afternoon at Slash’s house, and once had nine seconds to shoot Daft Punk eating corn on the cob.