Biographical Note

Born in 1981 on the sacred Maltese archipelago, Ken’s first camera gazed upon the legendary shores portrayed by Homer in the Odyssey where Ulysses is said to have been trapped by the beauty of the Nymph Calypso. Ken’s perceptions, as those of the famous hero have always been acute, with a motivational sense of wandering lust that pushed him out of the limited boundaries of the islands onto a journey which spanned the whole of Europe and beyond.

His drive to capture the world through his camera may seem obsessive to those with little knowledge of the artistic medium, but due to his passionate love, all the sacrifice involved is transformed into pure artistic vision; hence it’s made sacred.

As in Alchemy, whatever passes through Ken’s lenses is transmuted from mundane existence to work of perpetual mesmerizing beauty. His flirting with Romanticism is felt throughout his entire portfolio, and it echoes an undeniable craving for a long lost Golden-Age in all
artistic spheres. His politics are simple, his determination exceptional; whatever lies out there to be seen and appreciated must be sought after and immortalised through an incessant and spiritual mission that has by now engulfed his life completely.

Marvin Hili
upon seeing images from
Two Islands, Two Continents, One Journey

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