Keith Sweeney was born in Huyton Merseyside and spent his formative years in Knowsley Village. He now lives in Prescot with his wife and two daughters. He was introduced to photography from an early age, after being given a Kodak 127 Brownie camera as a child. He loved the sounds it made, winding on the film and firing the shutter, he was hooked!
In 1982, he studied photography at Wigan Technology, after which he initially worked as a photographic technician, before taking up a position as a medical photographer in 1998. Currently, he is employed as a photographer by National Museums Liverpool. Keith specialises in Infrared Landscapes and Documentary Photography. His main inspiration for photography came from photographers, Bill Brandt, Ansel Adams and Henri Cartier Bresson. Keith believes in the ability to capture emotion and express oneself freely without oppression.
Keith will personally print each photograph using Harman Fine Art Gloss Fibre Based Baryta paper. Using Epson Ultrachrome K3 ink technology to produce true black and white photographic prints, each print will be mounted, hand signed, numbered with a certificate of authenticity. Other sizes are also available on request.
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