Ken is everywhere



…pho­tos of me look­ing goofy

At the RIT Pres­i­den­t’s Ball. Thanks to Natal­ie Best for snag­ging this fun shot!




Actu­al­ly, I’m kin­da proud of this one. This is our new iPad wire­less shoot­ing set­up. We broke it in at the NCAA Wom­en’s Ice Hock­ey Tour­ney at RIT. Very cool set­up.


Geva The­atre Cen­ter has put up a sweet dis­play of my pho­tos from them from over the years. I’ve done Geva’s Pho­tog­ra­phy for over 19 Sea­sons & The­atre shoot­ing is a spe­cial­i­ty of mine.







While shoot­ing a lab for the UR School of Nurs­ing, I could­n’t help but get one of me as well… My oth­er big focus area (oth­er than the­atre) is medi­al pho­tog­ra­phy and I get to work with amaz­ing folks all the time at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Rochester Med Center/Strong Hos­pi­tal.

Seems I’m with the RIT mas­cot RITchie the Tiger a lot…


The per­son that taught me the tech­ni­cal side of pho­tog­ra­phy dur­ing my days at RIT, the great Les Stro­bel. Les real­ly did ‘write the book’ on being a great tech­ni­cal photographer…it was Mate­ri­als and Process­es of Pho­tog­ra­phy or M&P for short.


I call this work of art ‘Man Sub­dues Nature’

(real­ly a bet­ter name would be, ‘Idiot Pho­tog Bumps Shut­ter’

While on a fun shoot for the George East­man House, Cin­e­ma @ Sun­set where I took the kids with me and we saw Bride of Franken­stein (fun!) and I got my car bro­ken into and iPhone stolen (not fun).


Pho­to is back­wards because?? And the reflec­tion must also have enlarged my nose, ya, that’s it…


Ooh, new glass­es cir­ca 2008!

Pho­to is from help­ing Ron Cronk test his flash… thanks for the pho­to, Ron!

Dur­ing the UR Melio­ra Week­end 2008



also dur­ing the UR Melio­ra Week­end 2008…hmmm, won­der if Bri­an thought the pho­to was about him 😉

At RIT Brick City Home­com­ing 2008… not just to be nar­cis­sis­tic, but also to mark the end of a series of pho­tos before upload.


The annu­al meet­ing of the ‘Friends of Ken Huth’ soci­ety… kin­da sparse. Thanks to Ron Cronk for the pho­to. We have mil­lions of shots like this over the years from test­ing light setups before the sub­jects come.


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