I came across this scene while photographing in downtown Louisville last weekend. There is a lot of construction taking place with new a new bridge being built to cross the Ohio River. The static nature of the trophy heads seemed in direct conflict to all the activity and progress swirling around in the area. Available in a limited edition of 10 (ten) 30×40″ archival prints on paper or aluminum. Larger sizes on request.
©2013 Kenneth E. Hayden, Louisville, Kentucky USA. All Rights Reserved.
I’m posting some photographs that were created while on assignment for corporate, trade or editorial clients.
Executive portrait created on location in bank lobby for a trade publication. ©Kenneth E. Hayden, Louisville, Kentucky USA, All Rights Reserved.
Executive Portrait on location. Available light and carefully selected viewpoint. Photograph created in downtown Lexington, Kentucky USA. ©Kenneth E. Hayden, Louisville, Kentucky USA. All Rights Reserved.
Annual Report image created on assignment for Asea Brown Boveri, Zurich. ©Kenneth E. Hayden, Louisville, Kentucky USA. All Rights Reserved.
Archeology department, University of Kentucky, Lexington. Editorial image created on location. ©Kenneth E. Hayden, Louisville, Kentucky USA. All Rights Reserved.
30″ x 20″ archival inkjet print, Edition 5
Also available as dye sublimation on aluminum
The “Florida Safari” series is a fabricated historical account of the past. Over time, facts can be distorted or reinvented to suit the needs of the present. Documentary photographers can manipulate their reporting in such ways as isolating persons in a crowd, choosing selective lighting or a particular lens to demonstrate their own creative visions and versions of history. Through contemporary photographs I create a past that never happened. Emulating the lower technology of early photographic equipment, materials and vision, I present fabrications of exploration and discovery while injecting elements available only through today’s computers and advanced cameras and lenses that hint at the false narratives presented.
30″ x 20″, archival inkjet print, Edition of 5.
(Also available as a dye sublimation print on aluminum.)
©2012 Kenneth E. Hayden, All Rights Reserved.
Hi. I intend to use this blog as an addition to my websites and will post images of my work.
Necessary stuff: All images are ©2012 Kenneth E. Hayden, All Rights Reserved. No reproduction, distribution or public performance of any portion of this blog is allowed without my express written (not emailed) permission.
Thanks. Now – let’s get to it!
September 13, 2012
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