Keith Collie graduated with a MA in photography from the Royal College of Art where he was introduced to the history of Drawing Systems and Philosophy. He was appointed immediately after the course by Conde Nast to work as a still life and interiors photographer for Vogue Magazine.

Since then he has travelled extensively, securing a range of commissions from patrons, architectural practices and publishing houses worldwide.

Affiliated to the RIBA as a recognised architectural photographer ( ) this online portfolio and in part archive is intended to reflect a poetic approach to the recording of modern architecture incorporating as well the essential respect to historical reference.

A representative of the UK at La Biennale di Venezia, Museum collections in the UK and abroad house his work, and since before the end of the last century he has been interested in the craft required for high end digital capture and holography.