The Ken Duncan Story

In a 2007 segment on TV’s “A Current Affair” Ken Duncan was described as ‘definitely one of Australia’s most iconic image makers.’

By a leading American gallery Ken was dubbed, ‘the Ansel Adams of colour photography’ – a high compliment indeed.

Australian Professional Photography Magazine described him as ‘the photographer who is now undoubtedly Australia’s (and possibly the world’s) leading exponent of panoramic landscape photography …’

There have been hundreds of outstanding commentaries on his work by renowned arts and media professionals throughout the world. But Ken describes himself simply as “an average photographer with a great God”. Obviously God has given him a great gift to capture and present the splendour of His creation.

Ken was the photographer chosen by Mel Gibson to shoot on the set of his epic movie “The Passion of the Christ”.

Well known as one of the pioneers of the rebirth of panoramic photography, Ken now has many people trying to imitate his style. He is an originator – not an imitator – which is why his work is so sought after by collectors. Ken was one of the first to promote photography as an art form in Australia and was granted an Honorary Fellowship from the Australian Institute of Professional Photography in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the industry. He was honoured to be awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) by the Australian government for his services to publishing and the arts. Ken was also awarded the photographic industry’s highest honour – the Photo Imaging Council of Australia’s Gold Tripod award.  Since establishing his own publishing company in 1992, he has published in excess of 50 individual photographic titles, and sold over 2 million copies of his books world-wide.

Considered a master in his field of photography, Ken has won numerous awards both nationally and internationally for his images and publications. His images and captivating stories have appeared in many prestigious magazines such as National Geographic and Rolling Stone. He has worked with prominent advertising agencies on international accounts and directly with major corporations such as Bank of America, American Airlines, Qantas, Fuji Film and many more.

It’s this amazing diversity that has given Ken Duncan such great recognition.

Ken Duncan Limited Edition Prints have been selling for over 30 years. His work has proven the test of time and many of his sold out editions are now reaching record prices in Australia.  Internationally, his artworks are owned by royalty and national leaders; by Sheiks, movie stars and music industry icons; by major business leaders, investors, collectors and private individuals all over the world.

Ken Duncan strives for the highest excellence in everything he does. His works are produced by master printers on the finest quality archival materials. There is no compromise with a Ken Duncan Artwork – it simply has to be the best. When you purchase a Ken Duncan Limited Edition Artwork you are getting far more than just a beautiful print – you are investing in one of the greatest brand names in photography.

Photography is the art form of the new generation – it has a realism no other medium can match.  People want peace in their lives and in their surroundings and nothing delivers as well as a classic Ken Duncan artwork.

Contact Us

Ken Duncan Group

PO Box 3015 Wamberal NSW 2260 Australia
Gallery: +612 4367 6701
Head Office: +612 4367 6777
Free Call: 1800 807 737

Colour Match

Every effort has been made on this Gallery site to accurately represent the vibrant colours of Ken’s images. However, due to differences in computer screens and certain other variations, the images here should only to be taken as a guide. Obviously, the colour and sharpness of a finished Ken Duncan Limited Edition Print are far superior to what can be presented on a small screen.

About Ken

Ken Duncan is well known as the pioneer of Limited Edition Photographic Art in Australia. After a visit to New York in the early 1980’s, Ken returned home with a dream to have photography widely accepted as an art form in this country. Read More..