Freddie Kelvin's photography is mainly instinctual.
"I shoot what catches my eye�what moves me. The essential act is seeing; seeing and reacting with excitement. Nothing is mundane to the invisible eye. I am often fascinated by patterns and lines, whether created by nature or man-made objects. Nowhere is this more evident than in the world of watery reflections, with their impressionistic, dream-like distortions." -Freddie Kelvin
While his subject matter is diverse, he has a particular affinity for landscapes and the performing arts. He is passionate about photographing dance, and has been privileged to shoot Dance Kaleidoscope for the past several years.
Freddie has travelled extensively, both in the USA and Europe. His favorite photographic destination is the American Far West. These travels enable him to capture a wide and ever-changing variety of scenery with his camera.
His photography has been the subject of exhibitions at the Jewish Community Center and Clowes Memorial Hall, and will be displayed at the Hilbert Circle Theater in the summers of 2013 and 2014. He was awarded "Advanced Photographer of the Year" at Photoventure Camera Club for 2008-2009. His works are represented at Kuaba Gallery in downtown Indianapolis and at CCA Gallery in Zionsville.