Kenny was brought up in Upper Nithsdale, a picturesque and rarely visited rural community in southern Scotland. Whilst photography has not always been part of his life, he came to appreciate the local landscapes through walking and camping in the Southern Upland hills. His interest in landscape photography began in 2005 and since then his photographic journey has taken him to Iceland, New Zealand (where he spent sixteen months) and China.
He moved to the Scottish Highlands in 2016 to take up post as a medical consultant in Inverness and landscape photography has become a perfect antidote to the fast-paced hospital environment. He has become increasingly drawn to the wilder locations in Scotland. A focus of the last four years has been Glen Affric, which contains one of Scotland’s finest remaining remnants of Caledonian forest.
A selection of these images are presented here.