About Shane Keller

Growing up in a small town near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania I started photographing my friends skateboarding but was unhappy with the poor results. My desire to capture stunning peak action shots inspired me to study photography at my local community college.

Following in my brother’s footsteps, I joined the Marine Corps in 2003 as a combat photographer. I spent over two years deployed in Iraq and made thousands of photographs, documenting everything from night raids to humanitarian aid missions at local hospitals. Being even more aware of the world around me, I decided to study photojournalism at Rochester Institute of Technology.

At RIT I majored in photojournalism and minored in imaging systems. I had also studied color management, multimedia, forensics, special effects, ballistics, and underwater photography. I received the Gitner Scholarship for top portfolio in 2011 and had my work displayed in several RIT honor shows.

A
fter college I worked as a freelance photographer for the York Daily Record, GEICO, and other clients. I'm now a photo instructor at the Defense Information School, teaching the Basic Still Photography course to the US military and preparing them to be combat photographers.

In addition to being a military photography instructor, I also enjoy photographing weddings, events, nature, and underwater photography.

I am available for assignments in southeastern Pennsylvania and Maryland, covering Harrisburg, York, Lancaster, Lebanon, Coatesville, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Annapolis, Frederick, and D.C.

Producing high quality and emotional photographs that my clients will love is my top priority. I'm available for:

 

  • Photojournalism and Multimedia
  • Sports and Action Photography
  • Weddings and Engagements
  • Low Light Photography
  • Artwork Reproduction
  • Product Photography
  • Macro Photography
  • Special Events
  • Portraits

 

 

In addition to my website, many of my clients have found me through my account on Thumbtack:
Weddings, Portraits, & Sports Photographer