My work explores the psychology of visual interpretation. I strive to challenge the viewer's perception of photographic images, and how individuals synthesize photography and art, to bring a deeper experience observing their environment. Often abstract, the photographs are a record of the world around us as it is requiring thought and reflection intertwining realism and metaphoric representation as a means to create dialogue from the images.
I am fascinated with the convergence of art and technology, especially with respect to photography and attempt to meld the two into a visual storyline expressed by the viewer, rather than by me, "A picture is worth a thousand words." Six of the nine Collections the photographs are created in-camera and do not employ special software filters to achieve a specific image effect except for standard image processing; People Around Us, Architectural Moonscapes and the Liquid Flowers Collections are the three exceptions.
During the last 16 years I have produced nine Collections:
• People Around Us, 2015 - 2016
• Architectural Moonscapes, 2013 - 2015
• How Others See Us, 2013 – 2014
• Abstract Realities, 2011 - 2012
• Natural Surroundings, 2011 - 2012
• Traditional Visions, 2011 - 2012
• Photo Anagram Images, 2008 - 2010
• Unaltered State of Reality, 2008 - 2010
• Liquid Flowers Series, 2001 - 2007
My interest integrating art and technology continues to expand from the photography app, BeMUZE, I created in 2011, to the recent Architectural Moonscapes Collection that combines architectural photography with digital software composing.
Visitor Reflection III
Unaltered State of Reality Collection, 2011
Ken Demonstrating how to create a Photo Anagram Image to exhibit visitors, de Young Museum, 2010
Unaltered State of Reality Collection, 2009
Holocaust Memorial Sculpture
Photo Anagrams Collection, 2013
Residential Moonscape I
Architectural Moonscapes Collection, 2014
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