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Tim Andrews was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in 2005 and a year later was forced to take early retirement from his job as a country solicitor. He was 55. In 2007, his photographic project "Over theHill" started and since then he has been photographed by over 375 photographers, including student and amateur photographers, as well as professional photographers including Rankin, Jillian Edlestein, Chris Floyd and Mike McCartney and while we are namedropping, Grayson Perry.

He has held exhibitions in Woking, Guernsey, London,Southport, Haslemere and Brighton and has appeared on The Culture Show on BBCTVand has been featured in The Times, The Daily Telegraph, the Guardian, British Journal of Photography, Photography Monthly and Big Issue. He also appeared onthe Fourth Plinth in 2009 as part of Anthony Gormley's "One and Other"and danced to a Madness record for an hour but didn't fall off.

He is married to the artist, Jane Andrews, and his proudest moment was when they were invited to hold a joint exhibition at Farley Farm in East Sussex, former home of Lee Miller, Tim's favourite photographer.

He supports Tottenham Hotspur, loves The Beatles but hatesBrussel Sprouts.

You can see Tim’s photographic blog at http://timandrewsoverthehill.blogspot.co.uk/
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