Ken Ross has been a photographer and educator for nearly 35 years. He has taught photography at all levels of instruction and his former students can be counted as faculty members of high school and university art departments, successful editorial and commercial practitioners, and exhibiting fine art photographers.
Ken’s photography projects have ranged from hand painted photographs of rodeo cowboys, to images of rural New Jersey after dark, to documenting men’s spaces in his most recent series and book Where Men Hide. He has been awarded a Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation grant and New Jersey Artists Fellowship, and his work has been displayed in numerous exhibits and featured in The New York Times and Esquire magazine.
His web site is www.kenrossphoto.com.