Kent Lewis is a DC-based abstract, landscape, and street photographer who has for decades photographed the scenery, architecture, and people of Europe, Asia, and the Western Hemisphere from Alaska to Argentina. Trained in art and photography since early childhood, much of his current work is reminiscent of 19th and 20th century impressionism and abstract expressionism.  

His work brings to light a unique compositional perspective with emphasis on form and texture that incorporates elements derived from aleatoric art inherent in nature, or as a derivative of the mundane and everyday fragments found in discarded or overlooked man-made materials and infrastructure.  

Kent recently retired after 33 years as a career executive in the US Federal Government.  He is a graduate of the George Washington University and the American High School in Mexico City, and a is a US Army veteran with native fluency in Spanish.