Kendall received a camera when he was four years old.
Eighth-grade science introduced him to film processing.
Since then, he only had to look through the viewfinder to know his future would be commercial photography and that photographic art is in his soul.
Kendall sidesteps the new and shiny, letting his work focus instead on Americana and things that are dilapidated or deteriorating. Subjects include ghost towns, abandoned buildings and old trucks and cars rusting in woods and fields.