Self taught from a young age, Ken started taking pictures with an old Brownie Hawkeye camera. He had a darkroom kit he would set up in the bathroom to develop and print his photos.
He started shooting professionally in 2008, using much better digital equipment, for AutoPilot Magazine. Being a licensed pilot and coming from an aviation related family his main genre is aviation photography. Published in various aviation magazines he also works on staff for airshows such as the Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In, Space Coast Regional Airshow and the Stuart Airshow. He is on the flight crew of the WWII B-17 bomber “The Movie Memphis Belle” which opens up various opportunities for photography.
When he is not flying he enjoys shooting nature, landscapes and sporting events. He was a NASA credentialed photographer for the last 10 shuttle launches where he honed his skill and met a great bunch of photographers.
These are some of the tools I use.