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Analog Magazine
Issue 13
(June 2023)

16-page feature

Kit Young was born in 1984. He set out on his photographic journey in 2009 when he moved to France where he joined a group of Paris-based photographers led by Gérard Moulin. It was during this period that Kit began to explore the infinite possibilities of darkroom printing and the juxtaposition of seemingly unrelated moments in time to create visual patterns as part of series-based work.

“I consider myself to be a photographer and a printer. I think that’s an important distinction to make. I don’t just take photos; I make photos too. The photographer in me is responsive, impulsive, reacting to subject matter on the spur of the moment, more often than not giving very little thought to anything more than the lines and tone of what’s in front of me; the printer in me is methodical, exacting, always working in a more meditative way. I do, however, think that both the photographer and printer in me are curious, inquisitive and often playful – and neither is afraid to make mistakes.”

Gallery Representation

USA: The Hulett Collection

UK: Open Doors Gallery in London for all silver gelatin prints from Where the Rain Clouds Gather


Color and Shadow: Louis Stettner in New York, Kit Young in Venice - FAS44 & The Hulett Collection - Las Vegas, USA (2023) Viewing Room

Unique Works Series - Solo Show - The Hulett Collection - Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA (2023) Viewing Room

L'hiver à Paris - The Hulett Collection - Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA (2022) Viewing Room

Fall Into Paris - FAS44 & The Hulett Collection - Las Vegas, USA (2022) Viewing Room

A Century of Photography: 1920-2020 - The Hulett Collection - Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA (2022) Viewing Room

Pop-up Exhibition - Open Doors Gallery & Setanta Books - Shoreditch, London, England - Where the Rain Clouds Gather (2022)

TRANSLUCENCE - Solo show - The Hulett Collection (2022) Viewing Room - Where the Rain Clouds Gather (Viewing Room) - With Open Doors Gallery (2022) Viewing Room

Open Doors Gallery Winter Exhibition - Southwark Street, London, England - Where the Rain Clouds Gather - Group Show (2021)

Zeropixel Festival 8 - Trieste, Italy - Group Show (2021)

Zeropixel Festival 7 - Trieste, Italy - Group Show (2020)

Open Doors Gallery Landscape Exhibition - Portobello Road, London, England - Group Show (2020)

Semplicemente Fotografare Live 2018 - Novafeltria, Italy (2018)

Red Light Gallery - Norwich, England - Paris at Night (2013)

Université Inter-Ages - Versailles, France - Group Show (2011)

Carré à la Farine - Versailles, France - Group Show (2010)


Photo Forward LA - Unique Works Series - Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, USA - With The Hulett Collection (2023)

Pop-up Photography New York! 2022 - Manhattan, NYC, USA - With The Hulett Collection (2022)

Photo Doc. Fair - Paris Couplets - Rue Vieille du Temple, Paris, France - With Bergger Editions (2022)

The Affordable Art Fair - Where the Rain Clouds Gather - Battersea Park, London, England - With Open Doors Gallery (2021)

Les Rencontres d'Arles - Paris Couplets - Arles, France - With Bergger (2019)

Salon de la Photographie Contemporaine - Paris, France - Group Show (2015)

B+W Photography Magazine
Issue 274
(January 2023)

9-page feature


Rive Gauche - OneThreeFive Press (September 2022): 42 pages, 28 photographs, Soft cover (21x15cm).

ISBN: 978-1-7391159-0-6

Where the Rain Clouds Gather - OD Books, UK (May 2021): 90 pages, 44 photographs, Soft cover, fabric tape bound (20x15cm)

Paris Couplets - Bergger Editions, France (November 2018): 48 pages, 46 photographs. Paperback (20x25 cm). ISBN: 978-2-9555912-5-3


Analog Magazine (Issue 13) - Switzerland/International - 16-page feature (2023)

B+W Photography Magazine (Issue 274) - UK/International - 9-page feature (2023)

Fall into Paris exhibit at FAS44 salon in Las Vegas, Nevada, featuring inspiring black & white, French-themed images from highly acclaimed artistic photographers Louis Stettner, René Groebli, Alain Laboile, and Kit Young.