Jack Tyler Kennedy is a Manchester-based photographer whose interests vary from landscapes and portraiture to the abstract. His work has a tendency to include photographic techniques such as symmetry and colour theory to accentuate the meticulous beauty of the world. Kennedy notes that the process comes naturally, as he is on the Autism spectrum wherein hyper-attention to detail is irregularly high, and his work uses this to an advantage. The artist’s shooting and editing style is predominantly inspired by music, as colours and shapes come to mind when listening to a great album.
Jack Tyler Kennedy
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