Keith Robertson

Keith Robertson is a photographer based in Vancouver, B.C. His photography has taken him to destinations all around the globe, capturing images of nature, professional and amateur athletes and editorial imagery.

Keith took his first steps into photography as a teenager over 35 years ago with his first 35mm camera and has never looked back since. “Everything I know about photography has been learned over the years by doing it, by getting out and experiencing life, nature and my surroundings," he says. "Photography is the art of discovery, the ability to see the extraordinary in the ordinary and transfer those emotions to the viewer.”

His ongoing pursuit of ever more interesting and challenging subjects and his extraordinary eye for detail and composition can be seen throughout his images. See more on his website.


Vic Toews protest watched by police at River Rock Casino in B.C.

Public Safety Minister Minister Vic Toews managed to avoid a confrontation with protesters while attending a fundraiser at the River Rock casino in Richmond.  About 40 protesters, many of them...

Occupy Vancouver protester arrested and released

A 40-year-old Richmond man from the Occupy Vancouver protest was arrested today for alleged breach of the peace at about 4 p.m. Monday. Police have not released his name yet, but people on site said...

Occupy Vancouver marches to the B.C. Supreme Court

Occupy Vancouver activists marched down Granville Street this afternoon carrying giant domes, protesting the B.C. Supreme Court decision to issue an injuction for the tent city to be dismantled by 2...

#Occupy protesters greet George W. Bush in Surrey: photos

A group of about 200 protesters, many from the movement, showed up at Surrey this morning to protest former U.S. president Occupy Vancouver George W. Bush at the Surrey Regional Economic Summit....

Vancouver Whitecaps lose stadium opener to Portland 1-0

The Whitecaps (4-16-10) and their fans were both looking for a win in their new home at BC Place on Sunday but instead were sent home with their third straight loss to the Portland Timbers. Timbers...

Lions beat Edmonton Eskimos at BC Place

BC Place was packed with 50,000-plus cheering Lions fans on Friday. The Lions team were coming in with a winning streak of five games straight and looking for number six against the Edmonton Eskimos...

Lions looking sharp before BC Place opener

With a five game winning streak coupled with the reopening of the newly renovated BC Place and the hosting of the Grey Cup next month, the Leos' bandwagon is filling up once again. Seven weeks ago, I...

Linden, Luongo and BC sports stars receive Hall of Fame honour

Roberto Luongo and Trevor Linden were all smiles as they received their Hall of Fame honours last night. Each year, the The BC Sports Hall of Fame honors BC’s sporting heritage by recognizing...

Pawn Stars throw cash at Vancouver

For those of you who are fans of the hit series Pawn Stars, the names "Old Man, Big Hoss and Chumlee" are old hat. The hit TV series Pawn Stars, which takes place in a real Pawn Shop in Las Vegas...