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Keith BerrPhotographer Keith Berr Productions, Inc.
Cleveland Ohio 44114 United Stateshome Work Phone: 216.566.7950work Cell Phone: 216.406.2055cell
Keith Berr is an international advertising and fine arts photographer. A graduate of the Brooks Institute of Photography, he has developed a unique live/work compound in Cleveland’s Asia Town, where he holds frequent events, fundraisers and educational gatherings, helping people and organizations connect and share their strongest assets towards promoting the arts.
His clients include a broad range of major corporations, non-profit institutions, and small businesses.
Keith is involved in a number of organizations: The American Advertising Federation, where he was inducted as a Hall of Fame member, the American Society of Media Photographers, where he sits on the local BOD and the ASMP’s National Foundation Board. He has also been involved on CAN Journal’s Board and the CAN Triennial.
Keith works on several pro bono projects yearly, as well as continuing his advertising business, lectures, exhibiting and other art projects.
The past 4 years he was presented with National ADDY awards, for his personal work, “Save The Salt” project, on preserving the Bonneville Salt Flats, a National Monument that’s in need of assistance in preventing its further destruction by man.
Xposure International Photo Expo brought Keith to speak and exhibit in Sharjah, in the UAE, with 30 other internationally acclaimed photographers, concerning projects they have developed that influence todays world through their art.
Another of his recent charitable pro bono projects was with The Kids Film It Festival, where he created an award winning print campaign for encouraging young filmmakers: proceeds going to Michael J. Foxe’s Parkinson’s efforts.