Keith Kenney fell in love with photography when he was in high school many years ago. After shooting, developing, and printing black-and-white film as a photojournalist for a small newspaper in Texas, he earned a doctorate degree at Michigan State University. Since then, he has been taking pictures and teaching photography at the University of South Carolina as well as in China, Uganda, Italy, and the Galapagos Islands. He is currently a docent at FMoPA and recently completed a book about how the Coronavirus affected residents of the North Kenwood neighborhood in St. Pete.
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