|LAYNE KENNEDY, educated in |
Fine Art Photography is known for his editorial photography that conveys a strong sense of place.
His images are featured in magazines worldwide on subjects as varied as Pink Dolphins in the Amazon to traveling with Polar Inuit hunters by dogsled in Greenland.
His feature work appears in Smithsonian, LIFE, Islands, Sports Illustrated, Voyageur, Newsweek, National Geographic Traveler, Outside, Forbes, New York Times, The Washington Post, Backpacker, to list a few.
He has contributed to numerous books for several publishers including the National Geographic Society, Nature Conservancy, W.W. Norton, NorthWord Press, Lerner, Sterling, Knopf, Rodale, Insight Guides, McMillian, Invisible Press, Discovery, and Voyageur Press and the Minnesota Historical Society Press.
His solo books include; Great Lake States (National Geographic Society), Jewels On The Water-Lake Superior's Apostle Islands (Friends of the Apostles),
A HARD WATER WORLD, (Minnesota Historical Society Press), Minnesota-Yesterday & Today (Voyageur Press),
Paddle North-Canoeing the Boundary Waters Quetico Wilderness (Minnesota Historical Society Press).
He is Director/Founder of Superior/Gunlfint Photography Workshops, conducting wilderness adventure photography trips. Layne aso teaches workshops at the famed North House Folk School, the Mentor Series Worldwide Photo Treks and the Minneapolis Center For Photography.
His images are represented by his
office in Minneapolis and CORBIS.