James Kenny (photographer)
Kenny was born and raised in Cambridgeshire, where he studied Photography and Journalism with the intention of becoming an automotive journalist. The vast majority of Kenny's documentary work focuses on current affairs and children's issues.
One of Kenny's projects looked into the legacy of the Chernobyl disaster, where he photographed orphans in Gomel, Belarus affected by the radioactive pollution. Kenny visited the orphanages with nine bikers who were raising money for The Chernobyl Children's Project.
- Jarvis, Joanne (September 20, 2007). "Photographer reminds us of disaster's legacy". Peterborough Evening Telegraph.
- Mee, Laura (September 14, 2007). "James joins charity ride to Chernobyl". Northants Evening Telegraph.
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