Artist Statement

Ady Kerry  QEP

My earliest photographic memories are using a beautifully clunky Zenit B to take pictures of butterflies aged about 10 or 11.  Moving to a house with views of the RAF Waddington flight-path this single incident had a huge influence over my photographic career.  In 1986 the obvious thing was to join the Royal Air Force as a Photographer (Ground).  Serving for 9 years with tours at High Wycombe and with the Army at Ashford, I learnt much about myself and image making. In 1995 I left to pursue a freelance existence, which I still do today.
I am a product of my roots and love to work in black and white, both digitally and more recently returning to shooting film having bought the camera of my dreams - a Pentax 67.