Keeley is a Fine Art Photographer & Lecturer based in the North West of England.
Keeley’s work challenges her personal transition to adulthood, which is explored through various female characters that provoke narratives surrounding the voyeur presented upon women showcased in the media.
Keeley currently lectures in Photography at Blackpool & The Fylde College which co-insides with her studying her Masters in Photography at Manchester School of Art.
Keeley is one seventh of Disparity Collective, which were formed as a part of a year long residency with Redeye the Photography Network. She is also an Associate Artist - Art B&B 2018.
Include; British Journal of Photography, DRECK magazine, 62nd Floor Analogue Zine, TRIP mag, Average Arts, Grunge'n'Art, Shoot Film UK & Inconnu.
Keeley is often invited to talk about her work and has given talks at Redeye Photographic Network, Manchester and Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool to name a few. Please contact her for more information.
Are available on request.