Photography that changes the Planet
Half of every sold print on Keiyo supports a social
or environmental charity project
Discover our photographs
New York City
Keiyo was conceived and born in New York City in July, 2015.
Our collaboration with the Brooklyn art gallery "The Bishop" garanties future shows in the city.
Keiyo’s headquarters and where the magic of Keiyo happens.
A classroom of students spent time brainstorming names for a pop-up gallery that would donate half its profits to charity.
The result was 恵 与, or keiyo, meaning ‘the joy of giving’.
German photographer Rainer Waelder’s image of an iguana in Costa Rica was used in Canon television advertisements in the US for over a year.
Lake Erie, Canada
Canadian photographer Dave Sandford captures incredible images of late autumn and winter waves on Lake Erie.
Keiyo’s first pop-up show took place during Art Basel Miami in December 2016.
Photographer Eduardo Herrera has been photographing life in Cuba since 1994.
French photographer Laurent Baheux is known for his exceptional photographs of African animals. His portraits are featured in international galleries and he has published numerous books of his photographs.
Raphael Rapior’s series “In Shiva’s Shadows” was shot in India. This collection was showing in New York when Raphael first had the idea for Keiyo.
Videographer Milo Zanecchia’s award-winning footage from his overland trip from Switzerland to Mongolia first introduced us to his work. He is currently working on a film about Keiyo.
Writer and editor Kristin Pedroja supports us with words to help spread our mission.