Ask Keith’s media contemporaries to describe his approach to anything he undertakes, and you will hear such words as “passion,” “enthusiasm,” “energy” and “innovation” used repeatedly.
Never in neutral, the Brit-trained news guy drives projects as he would a finely tuned car, adding the options and features along the way to make the experience as good as it can be.
Indeed, Keith is an innovator in developing editorial content for all media platforms and a master at weaving informative and entertaining material of wide appeal into imaginative revenue generation projects.
Keith began his journalistic career in 1975 as a reporter for his hometown newspaper in Blackpool, England, before moving to Vancouver in 1980 where he began a 32-year career with The Province/Vancouver Sun. Latterly, he created such highly profitable and readable specialty sections at the papers as “Driving” and “Sunday Homes.”
The multiple award-winner broadened his media experience by authoring two books, making regular TV appearances, hosting talk shows in Vancouver and Kelowna, and writing and executive producing The Province Road Test quiz show for primetime TV.
Away from the day job, Keith has donated his creative abilities in support of the Coast Foundation’s Courage to Come Back Awards, the United Way, and the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau.