About Keith

I am a London-born photographer and printer who now lives in Minneapolis. I use photography to render landscapes, both real and imagined, playing with tensions between geography and experience. I am particularly interested in applying experimental technology to push the capabilities of handmade historical photographic printmaking processes.

My work has been widely exhibited across the US and UK, I am a five-time recipient of fellowships from the Minnesota State Arts Board, and I was awarded a place in the Minnesota Center for Book Arts/Jerome Foundation mentorship program.

I teach workshops at the Highpoint Center for Printmaking and the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and continue to offer traditional darkroom lab services for other photographers and artists.


All the prints and portfolio cases available here are hand-printed or constructed by myself, in the studio and darkroom, with care and attention using the finest quality archival papers, inks and materials.

Silver-gelatin prints are made in the darkroom using traditional methods, formulae, chemicals and enlargers. The polymer photogravure prints are made from plates that are inked, hand-wiped and the prints pulled on an etching press.


Personal Work - www.keithtaylorphoto.com
Studio and Lab Website - www.keithtaylorstudio.com