Sunday 13 May 2012

Peter Kenny Showing at London Photo Festival

A genius behind the lens
Peter Kenny is a good friend of mine, I have known him for over 20 years and with all that I know about him, I know that he is a keen photographer who has the eye to capture the essence of life and nature that will rival the awesomeness of the brushstrokes of masters of old.
Each click of the shutter when he handles a camera sometimes with lenses an arm long is sublime and captivating; in the stills, you see an instant of movement, of action, of expression and of flow that is on par with those who strive to make a living through photography.
The preparation is pedantic but the result is almost effortless, seeing well beyond what rank amateurs like myself will never see even if we pointed our cameras at the same object to take pictures at the same time.
Come along
Peter Kenny is showing four of his amazing photographs at the London Photo Festival from May 17th to May 19th 2012 and you can get the opportunity to chat to him about his pictures and maybe even get to see his amazing portfolio that has featured on magazine covers and garnered interest from exhibitors and agencies alike.
If you find yourself in South London towards the weekend and will want to be blown away with the magic of photography, you only have to be at Borough, you should and must attend.
Where it is at
The details appear below:
FREE entry for members of the public.
Opening Times (for public):
17th May 2012: 10am – 7pm
18th May 2012: 10am – late
19th May 2012: 10am – 8pm
On Friday (18th) there is a ‘Click ‘n Clique’ evening when exhibitors are encouraged to come along so that members of the public can meet the photographer behind the image. Peter Kenny certainly will be there.
The London Photo Festival is located at The Crypt, St George the Martyr, Borough High Street London SE1 1JA.
The Crypt is found just a couple of minutes walk from Borough Underground Station, on the Northern Line, as well as being a few minutes walk from London Bridge on the Northern and Jubilee lines and the world famous Borough Market with its delicious wares. There is disabled access to the venue.

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