David Lykes Keenan
- ISBN: 9788862083898
- Language: English
- Pages: 160
- Illustrations: 100
- Binding: Hardbound
- Release: December 2014
David Lykes Keenan splits time between Brooklyn, New York and Austin, Texas, and has been photographing on and off since being presented with a clunky East German camera in 1968. Since 2003, he has been steadily reinventing himself as fine art photographer. In 2006, he stepped away from a software business he founded 20 years earlier to pursue his passion of photography full time. Dave is a witness to our times.
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