About Ken Boyd, B.S., M.B.A, has been an avid fine-art and experimental photographer for more than 35 years. He is well known and widely respected as a photography instructor and an artist. His areas of expertise include fine-art printing, digital imaging, archival presentation, studio lighting, fine-art infrared techniques, alternative (1800s) photographic processes, darkroom and lithographic film techniques, hand tinting, and large format equipment. His work and his techniques have been published in magazines and journals including Camera and Darkroom, View Camera, Birmingham, Portico, and numerous technical and trade publications and journals. Ken taught photography courses at the University of Alabama at Birmingham from 1985 to 2003, and currently teaches at Samford University, also in Birmingham. His photography was recently featured in books entitled, The Locomotive as Fine Art, Worthy of Remembrance, a History of Redmont, and Golden Jubilee, a book on the history of Shades Crest Baptist Church and several other Birmingham area Southern Baptist churches. His locomotive and old vehicle, watermill, and wedding and portrait photography is very much in demand. He is also popular as a speaker and presenter on photographic techniques and railroading topics.