Kevin Pratt – Photography
Smart phone cameras brought a flood of fun, quirky or happy memory images that anyone can easily capture. That’s great!
But I see things differently. I invite viewers to join in the enduring beauty of things that are hard to see – things that enunciate only in certain light, entice with their design and intrigue with pattern. I make difficult photographs of wildflowers, special lightings, fleeting instants, and tiny things.
My wildflower portraits are a meditation on the grace, dignity and beauty of the most tiny and fragile.
In my prior scientific career, my goal was to help data researchers visualize complex patterns that they had never seen before. My goal in photography is similar – to see the hard-to-see things in new perspectives.
Kevin B. Pratt’s photographic work is in the permanent collection at Center for Fine Art Photography, Ft. Collins, Colorado and has been shown in galleries in Flagstaff, Tucson and Albuquerque. He has spoken on imaging techniques in Australia, Canada and the US.