Keith Prue’s photographs contain wit, irony and his British sense of humor, challenging us to look at fleeting moments of wonder through the simple pleasure of seeing. His subjects are predominantly people or the natural world, although he is also fascinated with urban infrastructure. He often presents multiple adjacent images in a frame, for visual impact or to draw contextual comparison, and from living and working on four continents and visiting more than fifty countries, he explores and contrasts cultural nuances.
Keith is a substantially self-taught artist, attending workshops in the USA and overseas with internationally acclaimed master photographer Ernesto Bazan, and studying for two years with the late Ben Lifson, one of the world’s most prominent photography writers and critics. Exhibiting online and showing in group exhibitions in the USA and Mexico, his photographs are held in private collections in the USA, Mexico, Brazil, Uruguay, UK and France. Keith is an Exhibiting Member of the RI Center for Photographic Arts, and an Elected Artist and former board member of Art League RI.