A creative on the up, Jersey-born photographer Elliot Kennedy features in the third instalment of our ‘Buttoning Up’ interviews. Surprisingly modest, his impressive portfolio reflects a combination of raw talent and intense curiosity; striving to perfect his craft and eager to investigate the world around him. Having cut his teeth with Nick Knight and Gavin Watson, his current body of work places the likes of Sir Ian McKellan and MF Doom alongside Wigan’s Northern Soul crew and a host of young British boxers. His organic and honest approach resulting in an image that feels natural, uncontrived and most importantly: authentic. Recently completing projects for LAW magazine and Jocks and Nerds among others, Elliot takes a moment to reflect on his career so far. ON BEGINNINGS As a kid I used to paint loads, mainly in oils. That somehow developed into..