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.
He was a student of Fred Picker, who first published Kenneth's landscape photographs when he was a teenager. Kenneth follows the contemplative approach of Ansel Adams, Paul Strand and Edward Weston.
CARBON PIGMENT PRINTS
are made on 100% rag paper with a graded set of pure carbon pigments. They have a warm-tone appearance and impressive longevity. Carbon particles do not fade over time, even under prolonged exposure to direct sunlight. Because of his commitment to making the most archival photographs possible, Kenneth does not offer silver or color images: only Carbon Pigment prints.