P: The colours and lighting in your photos are very natural and pared back. How do you think your style has developed through your work? Do you prefer natural lighting to work with?
Keith Davis Young: Although it’s occasionally interesting to shoot something under fluorescent lights, natural lighting is my preference. In my opinion, one of the greatest creations for artistic documentation is the effect of light documented on film exposures. Lately, I’ve been drawn to photography that is a little more dialed down in it’s color schemes. That’s what is so nice about film. I have been greatly influenced by the way photographers such as William Eggleston, Nan Goldin, Cindy Sherman, and Alec Soth capture light in their work. Their works have always seemed natural and human.