Keith Hammond’s photographic artworks connect the viewer with something essential about the world around us; something that is palpably there if we just take the time to look for it.
In Organic Origins, the complexity and richness of nature is revealed element by element, much as the viewer, in the course of a walk through a rural landscape, might scan a myriad of long views or linger on close-up details.
“I have had a passion for trees since I was a small girl. If you are similarly attracted by their changing colours and shapes, you will enjoy Keith Hammond’s work; he is a remarkable photographer.”
Dame Judi Dench, CH, DBE
“Keith forms subtle and profound connections with the landscapes he photographs, composing immersive images from a diversity of light, tones, forms and textures. He puts me in the places he’s been, attuned to the landscape’s spirit: the structures, textures and atmosphere that make them so compelling.”
Ed Ikin, Head of Wakehurst Landscape and Horticulture
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew