southwest stucco minimal color photography by Johnny Kerr

STUCCOLAND! Book Release

I’m very pleased to announce the release of my STUCCOLAND! book. I am excited to see this challenging but rewarding series culminate in a physical format that you can take home! Why? A few people have asked me why I put so much effort into making calendars and books featuring my photographs. Some have even asked […]
southwest stuccoland minimal color photography by Johnny Kerr

STUCCOLAND!

Changing Course A few months ago I wrote and posted an open letter to my friend, A.G., in which I alluded to a new project I had started working on. This project was born partially out of a desire to start distancing myself from certain aesthetics that have gained immense popularity among photographers over the […]
minimalist landscape eccentric circles on the salton sea beach by Johnny Kerr

Eccentric

Finding the confidence to present new work that I’m not sure people will like is one of the difficult parts of being an artist. It’s not that I am motivated by what people will or won’t like, otherwise I’d just photograph sunsets and kittens. What I am motivated by is the search for unexpected beauty in the mundane, and working out how to share […]
abandoned beach hut ruins at the Salton Sea by Johnny Kerr

SGES

I’ve always been drawn to images that most would consider lonely or desolate. I find them oddly comforting. You might have noticed me experimenting with different color palettes lately. I’ve been challenging myself to work in color mainly because I’m very comfortable working in black and white, and I want to grow in areas where […]
Herzog train landscape in California by Johnny Kerr

Herzog

As I challenge myself to get out of my black and white comfort zone and work in color, I’m learning to be more intentional in my use of color, much in the way I’m intentional about the tones in my black and white images. I take a lot of inspiration from cinematic visionaries such as […]