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Keith Haring

Keith Haring Image
Keith Haring's museum show opened in Milan, curated by Demetrio Paparoni and Gianni Mercurio. Timothy's portraits of Keith were in the show. Ginestra and Fabio, Rome's newest art dealers, at the Haring opening. Their new gallery, UNOSUNOVE opens November 19, 2005. View Unosunove Gallery's web site

Olympus Fashion Week

Olympus Fashion Week Image
Timothy shoots with the Olympus digital camera in a studio setup for him at Fashion week. People Magazine ran a selection of the portraits.

Matthew Broderick

Matthew Broderick Image
Actor Matthew Broderick poses with the Treo 650 phone.

The Straight Shot, Visionage Online

By Lisa Selin Davis Timothy Greenfield-Sanders doesn't mean to be a name-dropper - he just can't help it. The portrait photographer sees so many famous people each week that his casual conversation is peppered with reminiscences about movie stars, politicians and art world luminaries. "I know everyone," he admits. "I could get up in the morning and Jasper Johns would be at the breakfast table, or John Malkovich would be here for lunch, or Karen Finley would have dinner here."

Big Business

by George Christy MAY 2005 Big Business

XXX: 30 Porn Star Portraits

XXX 30 Porn-Star Portraits by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders Bulfinch, 2004 Review by Christian Perring, Ph.D. April 21, 2005 http://mentalhelp.net/books/books.php?type=de&id=2621

Side Dish

Side Dish April 1, 2005 Cameras can be tools for peace. Mickey Rourke and Oliver Stone got into a heated argument the other night at L.A.'s Berman/Turner Gallery - that is, until they realized someone was filming them. Hoping to head off an item like this, the veteran bad boys found a photographer to shoot them smiling and shaking hands. Also trying to behave at the exhibit (sponsored by The Erotic Network) of Timothy Greenfield-Sanders' "XXX: 30 Porn-Star Portraits" were Gore Vidal, Kelly Lynch, Owen Wilson and hard-core hardbodies like Tera Patrick, Nina Hartley and Sean Michaels

Daily Dish

Daily Dish Cameras can be tools for peace. Mickey Rourke and Oliver Stone got into a heated argument the other night at L.A.'s Berman/Turner Gallery - that is, until they realized someone was filming them. Hoping to head off an item like this, the veteran bad boys found a photographer to shoot them smiling and shaking hands. Also trying to behave at the exhibit (sponsored by The Erotic Network) of Timothy Greenfield-Sanders' "XXX: 30 Porn-Star Portraits" were Gore Vidal, Kelly Lynch, Owen Wilson and hard-core hardbodies like Tera Patrick, Nina Hartley and Sean Michaels ...

Egghead Pornography

IN a perfect blend of high and low culture, novelist Gore Vidal came to the opening of "XXX: 30 Porn-Star Portraits," an exhibition of Timothy Greenfield-Sanders' photos the other night in Santa Monica, Calif. "It was the hottest ticket in town. The gallery finally had to close the guest list. It was getting out of control," says our source. "Nothing like porn to bring out the best in people."
Gore Vidal