Keith Lane is a freelance visual journalist currently based in Washington, DC. His experiences include reporting on life near the front lines in Iraqi Kurdistan, the unrest in Egypt, life and art in post-earthquake Haiti, demining operations and public health issues in Cambodia and US politics. Lane is skilled at working alone or collaboratively to create engaging media content. His work has been published in The Washington Post, USA Today, LA Times and Miami Herald along with other national and international media outlets.
Lane was awarded a grant from the Rory Peck Trust to complete a hostile environment-training course through TYR Solutions. His is also a graduate of a Reporters Instructed in Saving Colleagues (RISC) course in battlefield medical response. He uses a Sony FS5, Canon 5D Markiii/Markii and iPhone for capturing visuals while supported by a Rode NGT4, Rode Videomic Pro, Rode Filmmaker wireless lav, Sony UWP-D11 wireless lav and Zoom H4N for sound.
Documentary, Portrait, Disaster Coverage, Conflict Coverage, Video Production, Video Editing, Backpack Journalism, Photo Editing, Spot News, Multimedia Production, Still Photography