ALAN KEOHANE studied fine art print making under Alstair Crawford
at the UCW in Aberystwyth
before going onto study photography at the Central School of Art & Design, now the Central St Martins
, in London.
He is most famous for his BEAUTIFUL ICONIC PRINTS OF MOROCCO'S PEOPLE AND LANDSCAPE
Alan is the author of the books "Berbers of Morocco" and "Bedouin, Nomads of the Desert" and has contributed to numerous books such as the Assouline book on the Mamounia and the Dorling Kindersley's Top 10 guide to Marrakech. In recent years he has collaborated with John Gregory Smith
on his books "Orange Blossom and Honey" and "Saffron in the Souks".
He has travelled widely, particularly in the Middle East.
Alan Keohane was for many years the only anglophone foreign correspondent photographer in Morocco. He has collaborated with ABC Australia, the BBC and other TV channels on making travel and news features about the country, including Michael Palin's "Sahara" and Australia's ABC "From Our Own Correspondent" reports on Morocco.
He is also a highly successful commercial photographer and is especially well regarded for his interiors, which are regularly reproduced in the international travel press. He creates many of the pubicity images for new luxury hotels and Riads in Morocco.
In 2001 Alan Keohane created STILL IMAGES SARL, Morocco's leading professional photography company
, offering the services of 4 international photographers covering all aspects of commercial photography from advertising, editorial, fashion, portraits, interiors, sports and weddings.
He is married to the jewellery designer, Joanna Bristow
Alan is a member of the British Business Association Morocco
and is an active supporter of the charity Education For All Morocco