Caught in an Exciting Surreal Photography Dream


What the heck is going on here!? That is exactly what you might ask when you take a look at these crazy scenes gone awry by photographer Kevin Corrado. Based in Connecticut, Corrado creates these wacky images that make no sense but have an interesting and fragmented narrative. Corrado views the world in unusual ways and presents that perspective to his viewers. He says, "We are all artists who love expressing our visions."

His surreal scenes include a body broken into pieces, a beach filled with raining umbrellas, and a body with missing parts walking down the center of train tracks. The visual connection of his photography is the creative disconnect of objects. The visual patterns make no complete sense but, somehow, successfully come together into a unique and complete photographic frame. Viewing his work is like being caught in an exciting dream and not wanting to wake up!








Kevin Corrado's website
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