What do you get when you combine talent, skill, determination, and the desire to create the best images in the world? You guessed it - you get the portfolio of professional commercial photographer, Dennis Keim.
Dennis Keim has been working in the field of professional photography since the 1970's and his portfolio screams "master" when you view his images! Our staff was quite inspired by the work in this master's portfolio, which includes images from NASA to scenic landscapes. The diversity in Dennis's portfolio in awe-inspiring in itself.
A brief history of Dennis's work in the medium can be summed up in one sentence - a life-long journey to be the best. Forgive us if we sound a little dramatic in describing Dennis's work in the medium, but given the images we have reviewed in his portfolio, we cannot say much else.
Enjoy your time as you browse through the portfolio of this great image-maker. Dennis Keim is at the top of the league in our books, and we believe you will feel the same way once you get the chance to see his work here.,Corporate and editorial photographer, Dennis Keim, has a 20 year photographic career of producing creative imagery for Ad agencies, corporations and industry. His editorial work is continually featured in local, state and national publications while his corporate work has graced many a page of a Fortune 500 corporate annual report. Dennis is the owner / photographer of d k - s t u di o in Huntsville, Al. specializing in Corporate, Industrial, Editorial, Entertainment and Fine Art photography. Dennis has been featured in 3 coffee table books, "Huntsville - Where Technology Meets Tradition", “Huntsville" A Timeless Portrait” and “To the Edge of the Universe.” In addition, Dennis maintains a stock photo library featuring corporate, industrial, lifestyle, travel and scenic images
Born in Tampa, Fl., Dennis moved to Huntsville to pursue a photography career with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) . As an Aerospace Photojournalist at the Marshall Space Flight Center, Dennis had the opportunity to produce images documenting MSFC's emerging role as a leader in Space propulsion technology. His public relations work included photographing visiting dignitaries and Presidents, astronauts training underwater for Zero G simulations and scientists and engineers developing state of the art processes at the Marshall Space Flight Center. In 1991 Dennis was awarded the Silver Snoopy Award by the Astronaut Corps, recognizing his photographic accomplishments with the Space Shuttle program. With the new millennium, Dennis retired from NASA to pursue a Commercial and Fine Art photography career.
In a desire to expand his personal goals and realize a life long dream, Dennis began creating and exhibiting Fine Art Landscape and Figure photography in the early nineties. His strong desire to make a positive personal statement has evolved itself into a love and respect of women and nature showcased through his black & white and color images. He has had numerous 1 man gallery shows showcasing his Figure and Landscape images.