Keith Hullah Photographer
Keith is, in the main, self-taught.
After working in the bakery trade for 31 years he has turned what was a hobby into his main source of income.
Keith’s work is informed by his love of Northumberland and focuses on its beauty and history. He has recorded
significant events, including the visit of the QE2 on the River Tyne in 2007 and the Poppies at Woodhorn Colliery
His “Black and Splash” images create a story by drawing the viewer’s attention to a specific area of the photograph.
Photographing local events can have unexpected and amusing outcomes. Whilst exhibiting an image of men dressed as Romans, hiding behind their shields, a viewer
recognised his own “hairy legs”. He pointed them out to
Keith and the two have since become firm friends.