- Aujourd'hui2015Mai 2005
- Aujourd'hui2015Mai 2004
Photographe de Mariage, Portrait et photojournalismKevin Hayden PhotographieHaving spent most of my life in the hospitality industry, the move into full time professional photography has been made easier with the years of customer related business. I have bought, sold and developed property, I have managed/owned a large taxi fleet. Looking after regular clients and looking out for new ones, managing staff and recruiting and training were a weekly activity for me.
Since moving to Paris in 2004 and concentrating on full time photography things have gone from strength to strength, and my client base continues to grow at a satisfying rate annually. Last year I decided to turn my attention back to the joyous experience of wedding photography, and what fun and privilige it is! Already for 2014 I have engagements on both sides of the Atlantic, and I look forward to the adventures of wedding photography once more with enthusiasm!
Another passionate pastime is travel, and reporting on the refugee situation in Burma and Thailand.
PhotographeKevin Hayden PhotographieTeaching photography, organising international workshops and shooting weddings is what I enjoy most, though it is only a small part of my artistic portfolio it is one I never have trouble finding inspiration for.
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When I discovered photography at the age of seventeen it opened up a world from which I often felt detached, not a part of. Photography gave me a voice... a means with which to express my unspoken point of view. My photographs are about me, they express who I am, how I feel, and how I see the world. My point of view.
I hope that my photographs touch people, and carry them to a place of comfort and reflection and perhaps introspection. A place to wander...
My aim is to record the dimensions of life, the living, the objects and the colours; the beginning, the end and all the contours of our journeys. The internal, the external and how all pieces depend on each other, our interdependence. When you see the photos people not only see the folds and sharp edges but they feel............when I am at my best the viewer hopefully feels hugged........touched!
It's difficult or near impossible to be objective about "my" photographs, they are not mine!
Leonardo da Vinci said and of course I agree,
"When the spirit does not work with the hand, there is no art."
What comes to me and touches me in a photograph, I also wish it to touch others.
This is just my point of view.