Keith Henty Photography
I'm a photographer and media advisor with a home base of Ashland Oregon USA. See below for a list of my clients and some testimonials. My photo gallery of a 4 month Baja trip (by Chevy van with the Hobie) can be found here: http://www.keithhenty.com/p546377924
I'd be happy to hear from you. Reach me via email: hentyk (at) gmail.com or visit me (and message me...) on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keith.henty
Open and curious. Observation of unfolding of beauty, unusual gatherings, children's faces, nature's patterns. Discoveries. Letting in...the happiness.
I did not tell them what bound me closest to you. I did not say... how your willful resolution to wrest the secret of life gave me heart...and in your absolute indifference to public canons, you walked in the light of your inward heroism.
--James Joyce to Henrik Ibsen
Clients include Ashland Food Coop, Geos Institute, Hidden Springs Healing Center, Ashland Children's Theater, KS Wild, and many others--individuals and businesses.
Keith Henty is an incredibly skilled photographer with an amazing eye for details and lighting. He did a great job with my portrait and has provided our organization with numerous photos for our reports. His pictures capture peoples' emotions and depth so well. Keith is also such a joy to work with - he is kind and humorous and easy-going. I highly recommend him.
-Marni Koopman, Ph.D.
Climate Change Scientist/Wildlife Biologist
Keith has shared his talents with us over the past five years, photographing more than forty shows, events and classes. His work appears in all of our promotional material. He is, at once, creative, highly skilled, professional and inspiring. His ability to meet our theatre’s needs and tight deadlines (in his upbeat, affable way) make him, quite simply, a dream to work with.
-Kate Sullivan and Eve Smyth
Directors of the Ashland Chldren's Theatre (Ashland, Oregon)
Keith offers an insightful and sensitive perspective to everything he does. A man of great integrity and talent, he is easy to work with, a good listener and very professional. His vast media experience and community connections make him a valuable asset to any individual or organization he consults with.
Development Coordinator for THRIVE (The Rogue Initiative for a Vital Economy)
Keith succeeded in boosting attendance at our events with his promotional skills. He booked two radio programs for us and got us in print, which proved very helpful for enrollment. He’s innovative, persistent, and very enjoyable to work with.
- Will Wilkinson
Co-founder, The C.H.I. Practice, Ashland, Oregon
Keith has been a wonderful support for us in launching our classes. In addition to getting us in magazines, on the radio, and photographing us, he has also been fun to work with. He is a positive and inspiring person to be with.
Hidden Springs Wellness Center, Ashland, Oregon
Keith and I worked together at Jefferson Public Radio. In his work, he combines his skilled professionalism with a never-ending sense of humor to make him both a master of his craft and a great joy to be with in a cramped space.
One reality was fundraising. We were often trapped in the studio, with no window, for hours on end with each other. Even in the best of circumstances it would be difficult to always be cheerful to the people you have been seeing more of than your family. Keith is a fabulous fundraising cell-mate. He was never grumpy, even after his third or fourth consecutive 5 a.m. Morning Edition shift. His sense of humor and easy-going nature carried him and the rest of us through. Plus, he is a great on-air pitcher! It’s easy to become wooden and repetitive, but Keith seemed to always keep things sounding fresh.
Keith is an awesome producer. He has had his work aired on National Public Radio as well as other regional programs. I highly recommend that you consider Keith. He will bring great qualities to any workplace.
-Annie Hoy, Outreach/Owner Services Manager, Ashland Food Coop, Ashland Oregon
As (a former) host of the Jefferson Exchange (on JPR), Keith displayed the perfect balance of excellent questioning skills, listening skills, local knowledge, grasp of issues, along with a modesty that means he never dominated the interview. He facilitated the speaker to be front and center–whether she was a caller, or a guest-expert. Keith showed a kind and open approach to callers, combined with an ability to contain off-point rambling comments in a way that didn't put the caller down.
-Jenny, a Jefferson Public Radio listener in Roseburg, Oregon (via e-mail).