A giant bumble bee playing the cello, a 40’s war plane crashed but somehow intact in the centre of the room, how about a giant china doll? and being able to walk on water; none of these things are impossible for Tim Walker with the wonder woman who is Shona Heath by his side.  I grew up turning straight to the editorial pages of Vogue to see what new masterpiece I would discover and I have always been in awe of this amazing photographer always gasping ‘how did they do that? this retrospective entitled story-teller is well overdue in my opinion; supported by Mulberry now open to the public for free at Somerset House the exhibition is just a snippet of the props used in some of the photographers iconic imagery. I like how the portraits are displayed in crates lined in straw as if they were lovingly kept and unearthed finally ready to be shared. I only wish there was more feeling my heart drop a little at the end of the tour but feeling completely inspired about pushing more boundaries. I couldn’t resist the accompanying story-teller hardback especially as I already own the Tim Walker coffee book Pictures but the latest overview is an up to date reference of his work from the past 7 years. Housed at the East Wing galleries the exhibition is on until 27th January 2013. See more pictures on the Adorngirl Facebook page