Apple Meets Analogue

Yesterday, I drove the sixty miles or so north to meet up with my friend and client, Paul Kenny — he needed a hand (moving from the dark side) to install his first Apple computer.

Living in the wilds of Northumberland, Paul’s worked for many years as a photographer, now comfortably bridging his analogue craft with that of the modern digital era.

We often while away a pleasant few hours together here and there — this post is simply a collection of photographs of scenes I’ve observed at Paul’s home.

I hope you enjoy them…

Paul Kenny's Studio
Paul with some work in progress…
Paul Kenny's Noticeboard
Studio notices and a pair of vintage Volvo hubcaps…
Printmakers' Letterpress Tray at Paul Kenny's Home
Printers’ letterpress tray with knickknacks…
Paul Kenny's scanner
Lift the hood on Paul Kenny’s scanner and you’re sure to find interesting things…
Paul Kenny's Studio
Discarded hand-made negatives and a Heineken barrel…
The Cheviot Hills
On the way to lunch — the Cheviot Hills, a pylon and a tree…
Paul Kenny's new iMac
Apple meets Analogue…
Paul Kenny's Studio
Now comfortably installed…
Moss the Lurcher
Cloudscape between Lowick and Fenwick, Northumberland
On my way home — a cloudscape between Lowick and Fenwick, Northumberland

Paul will need no introduction to regular visitors of Jack Lowe Studio.

If you’d like to learn more about his incredible cameraless photography, do pay a visit where you’ll find material aplenty.

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