KENNETH MORRIS LEE (b.1954) produces fine-art photographs in the classical black and white tradition. His work is a mixture of digital capture and large format black and white film. He lives in Massachusetts, USA.
He was a student of Fred Picker, who first published Kenneth's landscape photographs when he was a teenager. Kenneth draws inspiration from the 20th century masters Alfred Stieglitz, Paul Strand, Walker Evans, Edward and Brett Weston.
MONOCHROME PIGMENT PRINTS are printed on 100% rag paper using a graded set of monochrome pigments. They have a warm-tone appearance and impressive longevity. Because of our commitment to making the most archival images possible, we do not offer silver gelatin or color inkjet photographs: only monochrome pigment prints.