February 10, 2016

Keith Sutter


Whether he is shoot­ing from a remote moun­tain top, in his stu­dio, or at a client’s cam­pus, Keith brings two decades of expe­ri­ence cre­at­ing beau­ti­ful pho­tog­ra­phy of a vast range of sub­jects. Keith’s images have graced the pages of the world’s finest pub­li­ca­tions and bring awards to the many clients he works for. He has also received many of photography’s high­est honors.


As pho­tog­ra­pher for National Geographic’s expe­di­tion study­ing the vol­canic haz­ards of Baja, Keith’ pho­tographs have been pub­lished in National Geo­graphic Mag­a­zine. In 1992 at only 24 years of age, Keith was named “Moun­tain Pho­tog­ra­pher of the Year” by Sum­mit Mag­a­zine and Britain’s Sci­en­tific Explo­ration Soci­ety. As the offi­cial pho­tog­ra­pher of the Royal Geo­graph­i­cal Society’s expe­di­tion suc­cess­fully cross­ing the Tak­la­makan Desert in China, Keith spent 58 days on foot cross­ing the world’s sec­ond largest sea of sand (780 miles.) As a final­ist in “The Mil­lion Dol­lar Moment” photo con­test Keith was fea­tured on CBS’s Early Show.


Visit his web­site for more infor­ma­tion:  Keith Sut­ter Pho­tog­ra­phy.