TIA to be Published in New Hardcover Book!

TIA is very happy to announce that two original images will be published and featured in a new hardcover coffee table book very soon.

The book is titled “The Year Time Stopped: The Global Pandemic in Photos“. This publication is a visual and photographic compendium featuring astounding images that focus on the global events of the Year 2020. This book is curated by Christina Hawatmeh and Nour Chamoun of Scopio Images in collaboration with HarperCollins Publishers.

The front cover of “The Year Time Stopped: The Global Pandemic in Photos”

The book will be officially released on June 21st. 

Below, please find a promo video on YouTube by the curators of the book who worked with HarperCollins. At 0:22 of the timeline of the video, you will see one of the two TIA original photos that will be featured in the book for which the word “HOPE” is said out loud and written.

Here is the promo video on Twitter:

Here is another promo on Instagram:

The curators also interviewed me to discuss the two photographs that were selected for the book. Their interviews with the photographers will be aired at different times to promote the book. If the interview with TIA is aired, it will be posted in this article.

Coincidentally, the two selected images were both shared in previous articles for La Vue Atypique.

The first TIA original photograph initially appeared in “The Pandemic, the Pandemonium, and the Protests” on June 5, 2020.

George Floyd Protests, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington, USA (June 2020)

The second TIA original photograph first appeared in “Signage of the Times” on June 23, 2020.

Black Lives Matter / BLM Signage in Seattle (June 2020)

TIA is humbly honored by this career accomplishment and is enthusiastically looking forward to the book’s official release in June! Many thanks to Scopio and HarperCollins for creating this global yearbook that will resonate with populaces throughout the world.

You can pre-order your copy of “The Year Time Stopped” via: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Target.

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