My photography and writing depend on found inspirations as they explore mutual interests. Both consider the barely noticed things in plain view; the once seen, forever obvious contents of life's alleys; the cast aside remains of personal and collective worlds ending; the juxtaposition of gods and men. Poetry calls for rhythm and balance, fiction demands seeing potential moments, and history insists on details within broader strokes. Photography requires all three.
Chicago-area native Lennart Lundh is a fine art and documentary photographer, as well as an internationally-recognized historian, poet, and short-fictionist. His images have appeared in numerous books, anthologies, journals, and magazines since 1984, and reside in reference archives at several museums. Len has also donated work sold in the Rochester, New York, Community Art Center's "ROCO6x6" fundraiser for the last seven years. Other images may be found online at Fine Art America and Redbubble.