Keith Skelton

Keith began his career as a photojournalist in Oregon. He then moved into commercial photography for clients such as Boeing, McDonnell-Douglas, Leo Burnett-Chicago, Expeditors International, Ford Motor Company, House Ear Institute, Pacific Power & Light, Xtra Lease Trucking, and the Los Angeles Japanese American Veterans Memorial. His work has been published in The New York Times, Air & Space Magazine, The Oregonian, Business Week, Forbes, Travel and Leisure, Newsweek, Los Angeles Times, and Santa Barbara News-Press, to name a few.

Fine Art & International Photography

Keith’s fine art projects showcase unique moments in unusual places. He has traveled throughout nearly every state in the United States and has completed photographic projects in China, Iceland, Yucatan, Guatemala, India and China. His work has appeared at The Perfect Exposure Galley, The Leica Gallery, New Space Gallery-Portland, OR and Brooks Institute Gallery-Santa Barbara, CA.

Landscape and Street Photography

Keith’s ability to sight a unique composition and immediately capture it has enabled him to create poetic photographs of natural and urban landscapes. Undulating waves of mountains, rhythmic expressions of urban dwellers, and soothing sonatas of sunrises and sunsets are often found in his work. It is no surprise that music was Keith’s original artistic form.


Over the last 15 years, Keith has discovered a passion for introducing amateur and semi-pro photographers to unique places in the southwestern and western United States. He has taught hundreds of aspiring photographers. His workshops often occur during lunar and natural events.  

Keith earned his Bachelor of Arts in Commercial Photography, minor in Photojournalism, from Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara. He also attended the University of Hawaii, the University of Oregon and Portland State University.


Three times “Best Photography” Black Book Annual Report 100 Show. Potlatch Annual Report Awards. Best Photography/Design  Advertising Photographers of America. Seventeen Gold and Silver Quill awards from the International Association of Business Communicators. Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association National Press Photographers Association.  


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