Fine Art on IGNANT

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Uniform by John Keatley published on IGNANT and Instagram

You always remember your firsts, and yesterday was the first time my new series Uniform has been published or recognized in the fine art world.    Thank you IGNANT!  They do such a wonderful job curating, and it is a thrill to be a part of that.  Be sure to follow IGNANT on Instagram for more inspiration.


January Links

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Is January already over? Somebody pinch me, this cannot be real! It has been an exciting month in the Keatley offices, and it looks like it is only going to get better from here! Last month John proved to be a very popular guy around town, with many great blog and editorial mentions regarding his work throughout last year. Some of the more notable ones, well worth a read are the City Arts feature that you can see here, and the interview Mull it Over did, seen here. Very exciting.

In addition to John’s photography getting some great attention, the blog has too. Photoshelter’s 2011 round-up gave mentions of the blog, one for John’s VSCO Film review, and the other for the ever-popular Christmas photo and Woodsman short film that accompanied it. If you haven’t watched it yet, do, and if you’ve already seen it, you probably want to again so, here’s the link.

Plenty more great projects in the works, so stay tuned!


My Interview On Feature Shoot

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I am excited to share with you that I am featured on Feature Shoot as of this morning (read here).  There is an interview, and several of my portraits.  Including a new one from American Youth, a photography book which will be in stores May 2009.

“Feature Shoot is a resource for photo editors, art directors, and other industry professionals to discover new photographic talent. We interview and showcase the work of up-and-coming American photographers alongside that of established photographers who have completed a project or whose work has taken on a new direction.”

Special thanks to Alison Zavos!


This interview has also led to a couple of other blog articles today.  
(here) Lost At E Minor
(here) [EV +/-] Exposure Compensation