From Tampa Florida, an actor and stylistic filmmaker who emphasizes a lot of his work on nonlinear type storytelling and a dark desaturated lighting/color tone. A style he refers to as the "Christopher Nolan style" of filmmaking. Graduating from H.B. Plant High school in 2005 and obtaining a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Central Florida Orlando in 2010. Keith moved to Los Angeles in 2012 and shortly thereafter attended a trade school in East Los Angeles for filmmaking. Keith obtained multiple certificates from the trade center before leaving the school and starting his own production company, KS Pictures LLC. A Limited Liability Company. From there Keith would produce, write, and direct multiple short films before making his first feature film.Keith typically plays a lead or strong supporting role in most of his films as a trademark of his. He also uses a variety of unorthodox, moving, and extreme close up shots to tell a story. Many of the stories/scripts he writes are Crime, Drama, and Thriller based. A genre he enjoys most. After seeing films such as The Untouchables, Reservoir Dogs, and Drive this is a genre he knew he wanted to write/direct films about. A genre that he believes can captivate an audience. Some of the other scripts he writes are Action and Sci-Fi based as well.Keith made his first feature film directorial debut with "The Mason Brothers". A Crime/Drama/Thriller he also wrote, produced, and played the lead role in. The film had a worldwide premiere at the renowned Grauman's Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles, CA April 11th, 2017. The film had a theatrical release that same month in Los Angeles, CA shortly after the premiere on multiple screens. A theatrical release of the film would ensue in northern California after its release in Los Angeles.Keith was nominated "Best Director" in 2017 from The Hollywood Weekly Magazine Film Festival from his work in "The Mason Brothers". The film went on to win "Best Feature Film" that same year at The Hollywood Weekly Magazine Film Festival. Keith has won and been nominated for other numerous awards in the past for his work in film. In early 2018 Keith began pre-production on a second feature film. Another Crime/Drama/Thriller based film titled "The Refuge". A film he plays the lead role of a getaway driver which is slated for release in late 2019. He will also be directing/producing the film from a screenplay he wrote.