Many of his images have been published reproductions and spread worldwide by among others; Amazon, Fine Art America and Reproductions de tableaux.
He is the family’s third generation photographer and develops his interest in intimate landscapes and its details and textures. He studied watercolor techniques by including Bengt Ellis and together they spent many long hours in the Swedish Jämtland Oviksfjällen to try to catch the perfect light.
He has been awarded qualifications by the Society of International Nature & Wildlife Photographers.
Kent has had many solo exhibitions of his pictures and he photographs as he previously painted; direct, painterly and straightforward, with no frills.
Kent is also a freelance engineer specializing in digital filters for cameras and film cameras. He has since 1998 its name on several patents in the field, and his technique is used by among others; Disney, Time Warner, Avid, Pinnacle and many primary camera manufacturers and photographers worldwide.
”The first thing I was drawn to with this series of images, was his use of light and recognition of compelling scenes. Many of the images do indeed reference late 20th century landscape painting. The images have depth, implied narrative, as well as visual intrigue established with the use of light and cultivation of a particular mood.” – Lens Culture, January 2017