So Just Who Is This Ken Clark Anyway ?!?
Way back in the mists of time, (1987 to be exact…) a young Scotsman left home to join the Diplomatic Corps in HM Foreign & Commonwealth Office. After a few years had passed, a couple of things became very apparent;
He really wasn’t suited to spending his life behind a desk in an office.
Having got this far without causing any (major) diplomatic incidents around the world, it was probably a good time to leave before his natural inclination to not harbour fools accidentally started WW3….
And so thats just what he did…….
Time passed, and after much mucking about with other jobs, his passion for photography started to develop into something a bit more than a hobby. So one day he decided to do something about it.
After more mucking about, a couple of false starts & an awful lot of pencil chewing, the basis of a business started to emerge. It grew (albeit slowly at first) and eventually Ken decided it was time to take things a lot more seriously. He applied to college, was accepted and in 2006 graduated with honours from the prestigious Blackpool & the Fylde College.
It was while he was there he met his wife Kitty. Together they went on to create a successful business offering prints for sale, photographic tuition (Kitty is a qualified photography lecturer) and photographic tours.
Which brings us to today and this web page. Much to Ken’s own amazement, he finds that his Black & White images are hugely popular, and as such has produced this site to allow them to be seen by everyone, not just those who happen past his stall at craft & gift fairs. The images seen here are limited editions. They’re printed on handmade high quality paper, which creates a unique ‘feel’ to each of them. One of Kens favourite sayings is “There’s nothing so impressive as a big print!” We hope you’ll agree!
Please take time to look through the galleries, read the blog & enjoy! Photographs are there to be looked at, commented upon and above all remembered!
ABOUT MY BLOG
A few notes & observations from my days in the field.The idea is to show some of the processes behind my photography. I hope you enjoy them and the videos, photographs etc.