Richard Kelly Discusses his Photographic Work
Digital Imagers Meeting
Sunday February 2, 2003 at 1:15, Carnegie Library Squirrel Hill
Richard Kelly captures real people, real places, and real passions on film.
People on a quest to create something new or a new perspective on their
world inspires him.
Working with somewhat antiquated camera's in today's digital society,
Richard strives to create classic and timeless images with his Diana, Speed
Graphic and twenty year old Nikons. Richard has embraced the digital
revolution by using the limitless choices for printing and showcasing his
Richard Kelly is a south-side based photographer. His environmental
portraits of artists, actors, athlete's, and captain's of industry and
science have been published in Fortune, Adweek and USA Weekend. His photo
essays of Mister Rogers Neighborhood, high school football and the
Pittsburgh International Airport have been published in Parenting, Sassy and
Pittsburgh magazines. Richard's photographs have been exhibited at Nikon
House, the United Nations, Wall to Wall Galleries, Sweetwater Center for the
Arts and the Silver Eye Center for Photography in Pittsburgh. His works are
in private collections around the country and a series of children's
photographs were purchased for the permanent collection of the new Allegheny
County Court of Common Pleas Family Courts.
He is currently working on a book to be published featuring Championship
Auto Racing Teams and a new body of work entitled Artists and Scientists