Kevin Stenhouse Photography

Figure photography
using modern and historical processes.

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For those who love photography of the nude figure

Welcome to my blog Where I showcase my Images, processes, and ramblings.


As a curious 5-year old I would walk around the house while staring down into a mirror. It was a fascinating way to see the world, a different perspective that often led to a bruise or two. Seeing that I may cause some serious harm, my grandmother gave me an old camera to peer through instead. I

 A few years later I remember climbing a chair and looking into my grandfather’s top dresser drawer. There I found a copy of a 1960’s Playboy magazine and knew that someday I’d be photographing nudes. That someday happened in 2006 and ever since then this has been undying passion of mine. That journey has changed course many times throughout the years. Playboy or other men’s magazines don’t serve as any form of inspiration. My work centres on non-sexualized nudity as a way to see the female from a different perspective.

For me, photography has always been about perspective. Seeking to understand your subject, framing the moment, then casting light. Photography becomes the perfect metaphor for why we share this planet. We each have a unique point of view, story, and way of contributing. When each of us strives for understanding while sharing our perspectives with honest open hearts and minds we are at our best.



Letting go of expectations in photography

  Freedom From My Worst Enemy: My own expectations   Downtime it’s a good thing and a bad thing for me. This Leondardo Da vinci quote comes to mind. “Every now and then go away, have a little relaxation, for when you come back to your work your judgment will


Human Project: Dani

The Human Project: Human Project: Dani Human Project: Dani The Human Project was photographed over the course of 2 days. 20 volunteers.        


Torso Series – Original from book

Torso Series   Over the fall months of ’21 I’ll be posting the original images and stories from the Toros Series along with additional images that have not yet been presented. Many of the participants have reached out requesting additional images. If you were involved in the original session and