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.
"While I began taking photographs several years ago, I only started taking the medium of photography seriously when I discovered the hands-on nature of black-and-white film and what are now referred to as 'traditional' printing methods. For me, nothing else will do. Film photography allows me to consider my work over time as part of a creative process. I thoroughly enjoy printing my own negatives. Every moment spent in the darkroom gives me a chance to reflect on what I have done and learn from my mistakes. I'm not one for planning individual photographs or indeed photography projects. Instead, I take photographs on the spur of the moment. The four sides of the negative are my point of reference – they enable the viewer to see what I have seen."
Zeropixel Festival 8, Trieste, Italy - Group Show (2021)
The Affordable Art Fair, London, England - 'Where the Rain Clouds Gather' - In conjunction with Open Doors Gallery (2021)
Zeropixel Festival 7, Trieste, Italy - Group Show (2020)
Landscape Exhibition by Open Doors Gallery, Portobello Road, London - Group Show (2020)
Les Rencontres de la photographie d'Arles, Arles, France - In conjunction with Bergger (2019)
Semplicemente Fotografare Live 2018, Novafeltria, Italy (2018)
Salon de la Photographie Contemporaine, Paris, France - Group Show (2015)
Franks Bar, Norwich, England - Fragments of Dreams (2013)
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)
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
Südtirol - Tour Dogs Zines, USA (February 2019). Fanzine.