White Rock Beach Artist Walk Photographer Keith Franks

Lucky and Sugar-toes stopped by to talk to photographer Keith Franks who has his tents set up and his photographs on display west of the White Rock Museum (old train station) if the weather is permitting.

Keith has a lot of really nice wildlife photos, landscapes, cityscapes and other photos of interest. Looking for some cool photos for your home, office or gifts? Check out his display next time you are at the west beach.



Keith Franks Photography   

Keith Franks retired in 2011 from a 50 year career as a finishing contractor.  Born and raised in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Keith moved to Vancouver, BC in his early 20’s and is proud to call the West Coast his home away from home.  You will see some of his photographs that come from his trips home to visit his mother who turned 101 in 2012! Hopefully this is a sign of another 30+ years of photographic moments with Keith behind the lens.

Over the years Keith has played with photography as a hobbyist. In recent years, with more time on his weathered hands, his keen eye for detail has emerged brightly in the quality of work he produces. Always challenging himself to stay current on the advances in photo-related technology, Keith’s work is reflective of these changes including HDR-photography and the utilization of software to create unique, one-of-a-kind art pieces that after painstaking care and hours of work he produces into popular 30″+ canvas selections.

Keith’s prints and canvas productions are found in the homes of many of his friends, family and customers he meets by showcasing his work at local galleries and public art events.

Browse Keith’s site and enjoy the beauty and unique perspective found in the images posted here. Check in frequently as new images will be posted and maybe you will be inspired to pick up a camera and enjoy the opportunities out there as Keith has.

Pictures are meant to be shared with the world. Be Bold. Be Adventurous and when you think its time to quit…sit tight another 5min and you may just catch that photo of a lifetime!