About Tim Keane

I’ve been fortunate to have had a camera in my hand for many years. I’ve studied with some great photographers including George DeWolfe, a student of Ansel Adams, Tom Ferderbar, a famous photographer and another Adams student; and Greg Gorman of Hollywood fame whose portraits are iconic. I am grateful for their wisdom and knowledge. To the extent that this work does not do justice to their inspiration, the fault is solely mine.

Photo by Greg Gorman

My photography is about finding things. I’ve chosen these images to capture moments that require a second glance. If the viewer is drawn to a closer look, and an ambiguous thought, then they’ve achieved their intent. In your environment, my hope is they’ll not grow old but will improve with every glance.

Portraits are the same. It’s a privilege to collaborate with someone to find depth and emotion - to capture one fleeting moment out of millions in a life. I look forward to the opportunity every time.

“What could be more simple and more complex, more obvious and more profound than a portrait?”

-- Charles Baudelaire