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Joseph McKenzie (Scottish, born 1929)
Joseph McKenzie trained as a photographer whilst in the RAF, and became one of Britain's most prolific post-war practitioners. After his appointment as Lecturer in Photography at Duncan of Jordanstone College in 1964, he embarked on a series of ambitious documentary projects. McKenzie recorded the dramatic transformation of Scotland's cities during the 1960s. During a trip to Belfast in 1969, he witnessed the mounting sectarian violence and clearly sympathised with the Catholic minority. The controversy surrounding a subsequent showing of material at Aberdeen Art Gallery in 1972 compelled McKenzie to withdraw from public exhibition until the late 1980s.