Always technical, and before the internet provided instructions, teenage Ken Brown dismantled the rear end of his Jeep just to see how the gears were put together...twice.
After graduating from film school, Ken picked up photography which took him to NYC where he worked on shoots for the world’s biggest fashion brands. Later he combined what he saw in fashion to his own technical work, shooting cars while working in the art department of a classic car museum.
Now, Ken is an award-winning car, still life, and landscape photographer in SF.
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