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Keith Berr is an award-winning commercial and fine art photographer who travels worldwide and has recently custom built a new 10,000 sq. ft. studio location in Cleveland, Ohio. He has been producing remarkable images for more than 30 years and is as comfortable photographing the presidents of Fortune 500 companies, as he is the men and women in remote Bhutanese villages. Whether he is working in his studio, or an isolated location, Keith's dramatic images soon reveal his mastery of natural, or created light, in the formation of his works of art.

Some current projects have included branding campaigns for AT&T, Verizon, Newell Rubbermaid, Aldi, Invacare, McDonalds, Kay and Zale’s Jewelers, Timken Steel, Republic Steel, University Hospitals and Liberty Mutual Insurance. 
His work recently brought him the honors of being inducted into the Cleveland Advertising Associations Hall of Fame and the past 3 years he has been presented with National ADDY awards, for his personal work, “Save The Salt” project, on preserving the Bonneville Salt Flats, a National Monument that is in need of assistance in preventing its further destruction by man.

He uses his advertising background to work with other artists in producing and promoting art that matters.

Keith is a Cleveland artist and businessman, proud of his hometown. “Everyday I am thankful for how fortunate I am, to be one of the lucky few, doing what I love.“ KB