is a British photographer, based on the west coast of Ireland.
His personal work has been shown widely, including the Saatchi Gallery, Hamiltons Gallery, Photographers Gallery, and the Recontres d’Arles, where he is a regular exhibitor.
With a passion for film and traditional photographic techniques, Kevin’s work has a timeless quality. Often undertaking long-term projects that grow from intense periods of observation, Kevin’s work crosses the boundaries of documentary and landscape photography.
His strong affection for the ever-changing sea and landscapes of the west coast of Ireland comes across in the Wave series, as shown in NUTS&BOLTS.
The series was shot on a Fuji 6x9 film camera, with a 65m fixed lens strapped to his chest. The prints themselves were produced using only traditional darkroom techniques, which preserves the organic quality of the work.
These abstract images capture the essence of the photographic medium itself. Though each image possesses a painterly quality, they are split-seconds frozen in time that only a camera could capture. The transient moment is anchored in a single frame.