I wake up everyday hoping to make a great photograph. Some days the results are better than others. But, I am obsessed with the thought process, the innovation and the imagination that go into creating a powerful image.
My goal is to create photographs that express my perception of the essence of a subject. I try to accomplish this by finding the “unique” among the “everyday”. By focusing on details, deeper understanding of the subject is possible. It is the difference between ” looking and seeing”.
The photographs you are about to view are young people who demonstrate through clothing and accessories how they wish to be perceived by the world, My subjects are faceless because I want viewers to concentrate on the personality the subject presents to the world.
Although photographed in the1980’s, the photographs are timeless. Among the reasons for this are the images catch the eye of the viewer because of the subject matter and curious juxtapositions. The viewer can relate to the photographs.
Whether through subject matter or photographic style, the beauty of the photographs is in the details.
Ken’s work will be on display from December 4, 2017 through January 2, 2018.
Monday thru Saturday 9am to 3pm
Sunday 9am to 1pm