Keith Lloyd Davenport is a photographer currently based in Scotland. His work often involves long-term self-led projects which explore the boundaries between art, documentary and portrait photography in order to engage with themes of cultural, social and historical significance.

In 2016, Keith gained an MA in Documentary Photography from the University of South Wales, Newport, and his work has been shown in exhibitions in London, Cardiff, Inverness, Stornoway, New Delhi and Glasgow.

One of Keith’s recent documentary projects was a collaboration with a composer,  and involved working with people who had been recently diagnosed with dementia.


October 2016 : MA in Documentary Photography, University of South Wales, Newport.


March 3rd 2022 : Leeds Trinity University.
November 21st 2020 :  Glasgow School of Art.


June - August 2022 : Street Level Open, Streetlevel Photoworks, Glasgow
September 2020 : Imagining an Island, Taigh Chearsabhagh & Art School UHI, North Uist, Scotland
February 2020 : Reframing Dementia, Bank Street Gallery, Kirriemuir, Scotland.
September - November 2019 : Street Level Open, 30yr Anniversary Exhibition Streetlevel Photoworks, Glasgow
December 2017 : Fòcas Scotland/India, Kalinka Art Gallery, Pondicherry
September 2017 : Fòcas Scotland/India, Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication (SACAC), New Delhi.
September 2017 : FLOW Photofest, Highland Print Studio, Inverness
August - November 2017 : An Lanntair Arts Centre, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis
August 2017 : MC3 Creative Space, Hall Gallery, Elgin
May 6th 2017 : Reclaim Photography Festival 2017
October 6th -27th 2016 : Nine Photo : West Wharf Gallery, Cardiff
September 4th -15th 2014 : Landscape : Rural vs Urban at The Brick Lane Gallery, London


September 2017 : FLOW Photofest, 'People and Place' Open Call - Shortlisted
June 2017 : Fòcas Scotland, 'Document' Open Call - Shortlisted


February 2020 : Feature with The Herald
February 2017 : Feature with Document Scotland
August 2016 : Source Photographic Review
December 2013 : Feature with Art of Creative Photography