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Bailey has personally been the photographer for several photos and portraitures for various notable individuals, including: Mike Huckabee, the 2008 Presidential candidate; Brit Humes, a FOX News Analyst; Joe Namath, a previous player for the New York Jets and the University of Alabama; Chuck Norris; Mal Moore, the athletic director at the University of Alabama; Nick Saban, the head coach of the University of Alabama's Crimson Tide; and Derrick Thomas, a previous player for the Kansas City Chiefs and the University of Alabama.
As an exceptional photographer dedicated to and passionate about the work that he loves best, combined with a significant amount of backing that is soon to be announced, Portraits by Tim Bailey will soon be known as the one-stop-shop for photography and portraiture across the United States -- with global expansion to come soon.
Ironically, when sources did in fact offer slaves a voice--as in the instances of travelers' diaries and portraitures of West Indies planters--white authors associated the expressions of blacks with cultural savagery.
When the building opens on July 1, it will be an unprecedented showcase for American art and portraitures that celebrates that vision and creativity of Americans throughout history.