A Body of Work:
A Decade of Digital Self-Portraiture
by Keith Adams
About the Book
Over the course of ten years, starting with a popular gay webcam, Keith Adams has been taking homoerotic self-portraits, exploring the range of self-expression inherent in this art form.
This book features over 250 fine-art self-portraits, the most recent taken this year (after which Keith plans to retire from the front side of the camera.)
More of Keith's photos, including galleries of male beauty, art, and nature photographs, can be seen at:
How to summarize yourself in 1,000 characters. Well, if I hadn’t written that sentence, I’d be better off. Rapidly, I’m 6'6, English, have lived in US for half my life, and have a beautiful, brilliant man in my life these last 5 years in Hollywood. I’m a software-developer by trade, and discovered, accidentally that I also liked to take photo, when I was enjoying the 1st fruits of my gay webcam in the late 90s. Having nobody else handy, I turned the camera on myself, and, 10 years later, I’m left with shelves of self-portraits gathering digital dust; hence this book. In the last 5 years, I’ve broadened my focus to take in art, pretty flowers, and handsome semi-clothed, young gentleman. Wow! Seem to get through that quicker than expected – just 712 chars. Not counting this para. I should add, that words mean as much to me, if not more, than photos: I’m hoping to have my book published about the shocking, and exciting things that happened to me in 2006. Now that’s the real story!