This brand new Gibson TV Original Series, “Through The Lens,” sits down with the photographers who have captured some of the greatest musical talents in history through their viewfinders.
In its inaugural episode, Gibson chat with photographer Timothy White: A RISD graduate who turned a gig as a mass-production fashion photographer in New York into a career shooting the biggest names in music and film. Timothy shares some intimate stories about many of his subjects including Guns N’ Roses, Metallica, Keith Richards and Ray Charles – while also sharing the details of when he persuaded Eddie Van Halen into literally lighting his hands on fire during a shoot.
Timothy’s photos have graced the covers of countless magazines and the walls of fine art galleries all around the world. He’s a partner in the Morrison Hotel Gallery, located inside the iconic Sunset Marquis Hotel in West Hollywood, and regularly curates exhibits and events in New York and LA. Timothy generously lends his time and talents to causes close to his heart like AMFAR, City Harvest, The Joyful Heart Foundation, and Operation Smile.