Charlene Kenna has had a love of photography from the age of 18 when she discovered her father’s camera. From that time on photography has been a passion. Charlene’s personal work focuses on assignment, environmental portraiture and abstract photography. She has studied with Freeman Patterson, Andre Gallant, Richard Martin, and Lee Kraemer in addition to photography courses at Niagara College.
Her work has been recently published in 175 Photographers—a superb collection of images selected from 175 of the best international photographers from JPGmag.com, edited by George Cannon.
She has exhibited her prints in galleries in the Niagara Region, including the Fort Erie Arts Council Gallery and the Red Ribbon Art Exhibit, Fort Erie, and an upcoming exhibit at Mikreations Art and Frame Gallery, Niagara-on-the-Lake.