A love born out of the need to communicate feelings, rather than sights.
“A memory not of what I have seen with my eyes, but of what I have felt at that moment in time.” It is this statement which perfectly preludes Keith’s appreciation of photography, a love born out of the need to communicate feelings, rather than sights. Indeed, most of Keith’s works feature coastal scenes because he is drawn to them – and not just because of their beauty. A childhood spent in close proximity to the sea has left him with a sense of nostalgia which inadvertently pulls him to it. Like a seed planted long ago which has come to full bloom through his lens.