Since a very early age Keith Fred has been interested in photography, shooting pictures with his father's box camera until he was able to acquire his own. He also developed a strong interest in architecture and was accepted into an acclaimed architectural program but decided to pursue photography and fine art instead. This architectural interest can be seen in most of his photographs. He received his Fine Art degrees in Filmmaking and Photography from the Philadelphia College of Art, now the University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA.
Keith was a career Federal civil servant, his last position being the Director of a design office where he received numerous awards. His freelance work has included the photography for twelve Washington Post Weekend Section covers. He was one of the winners of the 2018 Photo Review Competition. Click to view the press release. Currently living just outside of Washington, DC, Keith volunteers his time supporting a local dog park for which he received a Volunteer of the Year Award, and advocating for open green space while continuing his travels to capture the images that some of which you see here.
Solo Photography Shows include:
“Mexico Details”, Rendezvous Gallery, Leesberg, VA
“What the Camera Saw”, Rosslyn Spectrum Gallery, Arlington, VA
”Available Light”, Photo Focus Gallery, Washington, DC
Selected Juried Shows include:
"The Photo Review 2018 Competition", Sol Mednick Gallery, UArts, Philadelphia, PA
“Dog Days”, Kathleen Ewing Gallery, Washington, DC
"Summer Salon Juried Show", the Ellipse Arts Center, Arlington, VA
“Ellipse Photo 97”, the Ellipse Arts Center, Arlington, VA
“Photo 96”, the Ellipse Arts Center, Arlington, VA
”Northern VA Photography Exhibition”, Gallery at the Ellipse, Arlington, VA
Photographs in the permanent collections of:
Arlington County Arts Commission
University of the Arts
Parsons School of Design
Numerous Private Collections
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All images and site are copyright © 2018 by Keith B. Fred and may not be used or reproduced without written permission.