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Mikael Kennedy is a New York City based commercial and fine art photographer. He is the author of the internationally acclaimed Polaroid travel blog Passport to Trespass, documenting his 10 years of wandering the United States with a Polaroid SX70. Kennedy's Polaroids are part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, TX as well as in private collections worldwide. Kennedy's photographs appeared in print in The New Yorker, Nylon, Dazed & Confused, WWD, and have also been being profiled online with GQ, Esquire, Time, Newsweek Magazine, and the WSJ. He won ‘Cover of the Year’ in Munich at the 2011 BCP Awards for EB Magazine featuring a photograph from his American landscape series ‘The Odysseus’. Kennedy currently resides in Brooklyn, NY where he shoots for a range of commerical and editorial of clients including New Balance, Burton, & Wolverine as well as still exhibiting his work internationally.
Posted on Tuesday, February 26, 2008.
Crooked Lampshade, 2007
Carrollton Avenue , 2011
still life 13, 2009
San Francisco, CA 01, 2005
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