Kenneth’s current work focuses on portraiture and using line weight to create movement and feeling. He is very interested in color and it’s relationship to shape within the context of the human form. Kenneth often uses found imagery from the past two decades as source material for his work. He deconstructs and simplifies these found images down to their outline and, thus, creates a new life for an image that had become lost and forgotten.
Graduating from the Julliard School in 2006 as a Scenic artist, he spent eleven years in NYC working for companies such as Spaeth Design, who annually create and install the Holiday windows for Macy’s, Lord and Taylor, and Saks Fifth Avenue. He also worked on numerous Off Broadway and Broadway shows. Kenneth currently resides in Tennessee with his wife and two Frenchies, Pixel and Scribble.