A New Yorker by birth and a Frenchman by naturalization, Ken’s life has been divided between two countries, languages and cultures.
As a journalist and commercial writer, Ken worked in the broadcast and print media in New York, Paris and Chicago. He has been seriously engaged in fine art photography since his return to the US a decade ago. Ken serves as co-moderator of the Photographers’ Salon at the Center for Photography at Woodstock (CPW). Silent Stages, the first monograph of his work, is due for publication by Daylight Books in Spring 2020. In April, his work will be featured in a two-person Hudson Valley-themed exhibit at the Davis-Orton gallery in Hudson, NY.
In recent years, Ken’s work has been selected by jurors including Elizabeth Avedon, Kristin Gaylord, David A. Ross, Aline Smithson, Paula Tognarelli and David H. Wells for group exhibits at the Site:Brooklyn and Foley galleries in NYC, the Center for Fine Art Photography in Ft. Collins, CO., the Griffin Museum in Boston, the Greg Moon Gallery in Taos, NM, the Sohn Gallery in Lenox, MA and others. A solo exhibit of his work was held in September 2017 at the Woodstock Artists Association and Museum (WAAM). Ken won second prize for The Photo Review’s 2018 competition, juried by MOMA photography curator Sarah Meister. His work was selected for Photography Now 2018 at CPW, won the Silver Award in the 2019 San Francisco Bay International Photography Competition, and was awarded second prize in the 2019 Texas Photographic Society Urban Landscape exhibition at the Silos in Houston.