Freeman Keats is a photographer living in Carp, Ontario, Canada.
Freeman retired from a successful career in Finance to pursue his passion for photography.
Freeman has studied at Algonquin College and graduated from the New York Institute of Photography.
Freeman has taught photography to eager students and his work has appeared in several local newspapers and magazines. His work has been exhibited at the Ottawa International Airport, The Balderson Gallery, a number of Canada's Embassies, as well as several business establishments in the Ottawa area.
Freeman has had a solo exhibition at Trinity Gallery, Shenkman Centre, Ottawa, and has participated in group exhibits at Spiral Gallery, Ottawa, Centrepointe Gallery and The Atrium Gallery, Nepean and EXPOSURE Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.
His photos were exhibited as part of Scotiabank Contact Festival 2017 in Toronto. where he was included in group shows at ARTA Gallery, 14 Distillaey Lane, Toronto, and at the Ontario College of Teachers, 101 Bloor Street, Toronto.
He was also at Scotiabank Contact Festival 2018 as one of the exhibitors in the Studio Zone V exhibition at Queen Gallery, 382 Queen Street East, Toronto.
His photographic projects have included a wide variety of subjects ranging from formal events, real estate, portraiture, and local sporting events.
Freeman is a member of Studio Zone V - a group of seven retired former executives who have now recreated themselves as fine art photographers.
Freeman is also a member of, and has participated in group shows with, the West Carleton Arts Society.