British-born Keith Taylor is a photographer and printmaker now living in Minneapolis. His photographs have been exhibited across the US and the UK. Keith is a three-time recipient of Individual Artist Fellowships from the Minnesota State Arts Board, and his photographs are held in many private and corporate collections. In 2011 he was awarded a Minnesota Center for Book Arts/Jerome Foundation mentorship. He writes for photographic publications, and also lectures and teaches on historical processes.
In London he became increasingly interested in historical, or alternative photographic processes and now specializes in platinum-palladium and polymer-photogravure, as well as gelatin silver prints for his personal work. Where possible he uses contemporary techniques to simplify these traditional processes; substituting safer, more environmentally friendly chemicals for the more toxic originals and using digital techniques to make the large negatives and positives these processes require.