I use only existing light and approach my photography in a non-intrusive way. I look at life a few feet at a time. I lean toward sculptural and “form”-based subjects. I look for hidden works of art produced by nature.
Art is all around us, many times in close proximity, but sometimes in unexpected places. I try to see “outside the box” of conventional perception. Photography has had a profound affect on my way of life. I am infinitely more in tune with my surroundings as a result.
Rochester, New York.
Migration to Maui:
Los Angeles, 1995.
Surfing, reading, writing music, exploring uncharted areas (literally and figuratively).
Lahaina Arts Society – Board of Directors.
Other locations where Kenn’s work can be seen:
Exclusively at the Paia Contemporary Gallery.