The 2014 Lenscratch Honorable Mention in Student Photography: Kory Jean Kingsley
Big congratulations to our first honorable mention, Kory Jean Kingsley. This mixture of work has a unique perspective, while displaying Kory’s taste for cinematic beauty, as well as a deep understanding of portrait photography. Between the empty nightscapes and the intimate portraits, there is a definite quietness that is present. I find her inherent way of seeing both tantalizing and lovely.
Kory works as an editorial assistant for Aint-Bad Magazine, a great quarterly and online publication that showcases fresh photography from around the world. Along with her efforts working on the magazine, she is actively seeking a BFA, and has been in several juried exhibitions in Savannah, Georgia.
Kory Jean Kingsley is twenty-one year old photographer residing in Savannah, Georgia attending the Savannah College of Art and Design. She expects to receive her B.F.A. in the Spring of 2015. Kory’s work is inspired mostly by creating a feeling of space and time through the ephemeral aspects of light. She is currently an editorial assistant for Aint-Bad Magazine.
This submission is a mix of several bodies of work, they all focus on conveying a sense of place and time through the ephemeral aspects of light. The portraiture focuses on depicting my relationship to the people who I am photographing, while the landscapes and cityscapes focus on the lethargic romanticism of the southeast low country.
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