Dennis Keeley has worked as an artist, photographer, teacher and writer for more than 30 years. His portraits of musicians have been utilized in hundreds of projects. He began his career as one of an established group of photographers in the field of music portraiture. Some of his clients included Warner Records Group, Sony Music, Geffen Records and the Universal Music Group. He also worked with many music and entertainment related publications and was included in Rolling Stone’s book “Images of Rock and Roll.”
Over the years he has worked with such diverse artists as Neil Young, John Cage, Tom Petty, Richard Thompson, REM, Herbie Hancock, Tina Turner, Steve Reich, Fleetwood Mac, leonard Cohen, Elvis Costello, Beck, Ozzy Osborne, Lou Harrison, Sarah McLachlan, John Luther Adams and Little Jimmy Scott.
Paralleling that work, Mr. Keeley’s photographs have been exhibited in numerous one person and group shows and he is published internationally in books and studies concerning urban circumstance and condition. His photographs have also been included in books, journals and periodicals dedicated to art, architecture, design and urban circumstance.