Kenneth A. Larson began photography in the mid-1970s when he needed a camera for an Environmental Design class. Later for his work designing and building scenery for motion pictures and television, he continued using photography to gather research photos. Since as a model maker, Ken built everything from mountains and caves to spaceships and buildings, he amassed a wide variety of subjects in his photographs. |
Kenneth A. Larson has been exposing film for almost 30 years and has a large slide collection. Ken has just started using his first digital camera. While these photos cover a variety of subjects, Ken's focus is on Architecture, old and historic buildings, and building details. His collection of images also include scenery and many other subjects. Ken is making these images available at comparable prices for use in publications or graphic work. These images are also available as art work for display for Interior Design in both original and digitally styalized versions. Many photos were taken for Ken's use as reference in his Set Design work.