Latest News on One Day in the Life of Daniel Radcliffe
We are delighted to be able to bring you further details of Tim Hailand’s photographic book One Day in the Life of Daniel Radcliffe, including format and price.
Tim’s latest press release is in my hot little hand… that’s a lie, it’s on my hot little screen… …anyway, it reads as follows…
“New York based photographer Tim Hailand is set to release the first in an ongoing series of ‘One Day in the Life of” books. Each book will give an intimate glimpse in the day to day lives of well known figures from the arts and entertainment industry as well as public figures.
The first book in the series details ‘One Day in the Life of Daniel Radcliffe’ captured on January 13th 2009 during the actor’s Broadway run of EQUUS.
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The book comprises 50 black and white and colour images of Radcliffe captured during his first experience of working in New York and on Broadway. Hailand hopes with this book to give the viewer greater insight into Radcliffe as a person as well as a creative and reflective thinker. The footnotes for each image have also been written by the young actor giving a personal perspective of each image and its relevance in that day.
Originally what began as a photo essay on singer Jake Shears of The Scissor Sisters for V Man magazine, Hailand has now expanded this series into a book. (to view previous unpublished day in the life pieces, please visit: www.TimHailand.com).
The book will be available December 2009 and is available exclusively through http://www.onedayinthelifeof.org – which will launch September 1, 2009.
Hailand will donate a portion of all book sales to Broadway Cares/Equity fights AIDS, in recognition of this great organization. There will also be a limited edition of 150 slipcased editions of the book, signed by both Daniel Radcliffe and Tim Hailand. 100 of which will be donated to Broadway Cares/Equity fights AIDS.
Specs on book:
Hardcover, 128 pages, 30 black and white images, 20 color images. Book size: 10” x 8”. Introduction by Tim Hailand, with additional footnotes by Daniel Radcliffe
Book sells for $29.95
Slipcased edition of 150 signed copies sells for $250