Kevin Flynn is a non-commercial photographer and visual artist who resides in Oakland, California and received the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Photography from the Aesthetic Studies Program at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Save for one long term project (the Chronographs – 40 years) my works are small, compact, visual ideas that I try and execute on a timely basis (not unlike a camera exposure). My ideation is to work on new and different concepts, to offset boredom from repetition and to expand my visual vocabulary. My method is to problem solve as the process of visualization and execution can differ, sometimes leading to failure.
Themes and motifs concern the act of image making, the history of photography and photographic processes, art history and contemporary culture, sex, politics, technology, the nature of time, human vision versus machine vision, chance and the creative process.