ALAN KEOHANE studied fine art print making under Alstair Crawford at the UCW in Aberystwyth before going onto study photography at the Central School of Art & Design, now the Central St Martins, in London. He is the author of the photographic books “The Berbers of Morocco” (Hamish Hamilton 1991) and “Bedouin Nomads of the Desert” (Kyle Cathie 1994). Alan has also contributed photographs to a substantial number of other books and international magazines such as the Observer and Telegraph magazines, Jeune Afrique, the New York Times, Marie Claire, Dorling Kindersley Eyewitness Guides (Spain, Australia, Canada and the SW United States) and Insight Guides (Morocco, Syria, Lebanon, Oman and the UAE). Alan Keohane’s personal work has been exhibited internationally and widely featured in magazines and books around the world. The work is almost exclusively black and white photographs of people and landscapes although today he has started to experiment with color in his most recent portraits. Alan has lived in Marrakech with his wife, the jewelry designer Joanna Bristow, since 1993.