Keith Prue was born and raised in England, and has lived and worked on four continents over the last thirty years, traveling to more than fifty countries. Currently he resides in Rhode Island, USA. Keith is an Art League Rhode Island, Elected Artist Member.
Keith first picked up a camera at age fourteen, and was introduced to black and white wet darkroom processing by his father. He has attended workshops with internationally acclaimed master photographer Ernesto Bazan, and studied for two years with the late Ben Lifson, one of the world's most prominent photography writers and critics.
Keith has exhibited online and shown in group exhibitions in the USA and Mexico. His photographs are held in private collections in the USA, Mexico, Brazil, Uruguay, UK and France.
When I’m completely present to what's unfolding in front of me, alive to the anticipation and excitement of seeing anew, capturing fleeting moments of wonder, there is a mysterious convergence of my inner and outer worlds. Any preconceived ideas merely acting as signposts or pointers, rather than rigid constructions, discarded during this unique manifestation of life.
This way of working sometimes leads to compiling portfolios after the fact, revealing coherence and meaning whereas at the point of capture there was simply one seeing.