Keith’s style is a combination of a classic, formal style and casual photojournalism. Your photographs will include the traditional formal poses, as well as the romantic candids, with an eye for artistic, fun spontaneity! Your coverage is determined by your selection from the many styles of photography offered such as Classic, Theatrical, Mistys, Humorous, Romantic, Photojournalism, and Special FX! Black & white images are also available!
Keith uses professional, medium format cameras! Larger negatives results in sharper pictures! Allows for wall size blow-ups!
It is common for many photographers to have dark backgrounds when using flash. We use MULTIPLE LIGHTS to solve the problem. We can light the foreground and background! Your photographs appear to be 3D! We can light you just like in a portrait studio! Your photographs have a more portrait-like quality! The best part is we can photograph without interfering with your fun. Our portable lighting is cordless and radio controlled, allowing the photographer to move quickly from shot to shot! And your guests can take all the photos they want without interference!
With a background as an instructor of both dance and the Japanese martial art, Aikido, with its smooth, flowing movements, Keith will guide you into natural looking, elegant poses! If you hire a good photographer, you should expect all of the pictures to be good ones… wouldn’t it be a shame not to have them all?
Notable nuptials Keith has covered include that of George Armstrong Custer IV, the "Hollywood style" wedding of Shana Reed, former star of TV's "MAJOR DAD" and, Terence O’Hara, the director of "Touched by an Angel" seen currently on CBS!
A seasoned professional, he will get the pictures you want and see to it that you get the time to enjoy your own wedding!
Keith’s own unusual engagement and wedding in Sedona was featured on NBC’s "The Leeza Show" The day started with a garden reception at Poco Diablo Resort featuring a wedding cake on each guests table. Several Jeeps took the guests for a fun, off road trip to "Submarine Rock" for the ceremony! A three piece band greeted the guests with a song written by the groom telling the story of the couples courtship in Sedona and played to the Beatles "Yellow Submarine". Then the groom on accordian, serenaded his bride with the Moody Blues tune, "For My Lady". They each recited their vows, and then took a short hike to the top of a peak while the maid of honor sang a song partly written by the bride. On the final note and upon kissing the bride, 50 white doves were released from behind them to the surprise and awe of the guests! The newlyweds appeared to be caught in a twister of white as they disappeared over the hillside to a quiet creekside dinner for two at L' Auberge! He will inspire you to make your own wedding a personally unique event for all to remember!
Celebrating the Millennium with 30 years of professional service, your confidence will be well placed in…. Keith Perry Photo and Video.