Kenneth Greene has spent the past 35 years doing photographic studies in contrasts, lines, colors and glimpses of life in a moment of time.
When Kenneth photographs people, he captures a feeling for that one moment that really matters in their lives. He may not know what happened just prior to the photo, and he almost certainly won’t know what their lives will be like after that instant he memorializes. He captures that moment in time alone, but it somehow tells their entire life story in a second.
“I’m looking for the instant the tide recedes and washes over the rocks; the moment a diver propels herself upwards and her feet leave the diving board; or when a couple embraces…just before the waves crash down upon them. These are the moments in life when you hold your breath, wondering what comes next.”
The former child protective services professional retired from San Diego County in 2012 after working for almost two decades with victims and families of child abuse and violence.
“Now it is time to pursue my passion full time for art and design. The act of creating nurtures my soul. I love taking photographs and I love to draw and paint.”
Kenneth’s whimsical drawings appear in a line of coloring books and note cards entitled, Pictures From My Mind. Geared to young children, teenagers, and adults, these images can be colored, will spark new ideas with readers, or can just be enjoyed as they are. There are also 3D sculptures and paintings all reflecting his whimsical style
His newest photography collections are called Cuban Captives (The Cars of Cuba), "Cuba Through My Eyes (The People) and "Mostly inanimate Objects (The Architecture). It is a memorable experience of the people and the cars of Cuba, portraying a land stuck in time with a nation yearning to leap into the 21st century.
More information about Kenneth, his collections, and his work is available at firstname.lastname@example.org