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Ken Ross | Passages | Thursday, October 11th-18th | Fiat Lux | 6919 E. 1st Ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 | Find more details here
Ken Ross is an independent commercial/editorial photographer specializing in travel/location, people and corporate photography. Educated in the U.S. and Switzerland, Ross began his photography career while residing in Sydney, Australia in 1985.
His work has taken him to 95 countries. Ken has photographed various travel guides for Frommers and Fodors including : Las Vegas, Washington DC, Oahu, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico , Puerto Vallarta, Quebec Provence and Miami. His photographs have also appeared in hundreds of books published in the U.S. and Europe, including his own book project, "Real Taste of Life". His work has been exhibited in: New York City, Phoenix, Dallas, Taos/New Mexico, Tokyo/Japan, The Philippine Islands, and solo museum exhibit in Mexico.
Ken Ross, son of Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, is the founder of the Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Foundation.
While growing up, he traveled with her extensively while on her numerous foreign trips witnessing her lectures and workshops. Ken has made a series of lectures on his mother’s legacy for hospices and various conferences around the USA, Argentina, India, Japan, Mexico, & the Netherlands since 2009.
A professional photographer by trade, he has photographed 95 countries towards his goal of 101.If you’d like to support the foundation and are unable to attend the exhibition please visit http://www.ekrfoundation.org/donation/
About The Elisabeth Kübler-Ross Foundation
The Elisabeth Kübler-Ross Foundation is 501(c)(3) volunteer-based organization inspired by the life of psychiatrist, humanitarian and hospice pioneer, Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. Though Elisabeth is often described as the “death and dying lady” or the “creator of the Five Stages” she often referred to herself as the “life and living lady”. It is in the spirit of embracing all of life, which includes death, that we further the mission and vision of Elisabeth through the work of the Foundation that bears her name.