Keith Tutt has painted since he was at school where, as well as creating original works, he learned by copying the paintings of various Impressionists and post-Impressionists including Alfred Sisley and Edgar Degas.
Since leaving University in 1981, Keith has worked mainly as a screenwriter, author and TV documentary maker. In 2000 Keith won a Bafta award for his work on the BBC children’s TV series ‘Pablo – the little red fox’. In the last 10 years Keith has also worked as a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge) and the University of East Anglia (Norwich).
In 2008, Keith started to paint again and has completed portrait commissions for a variety of clients. Keith has also exhibited other works in solo and mixed exhibitions in the UK. Keith works from his studio in Fakenham, Norfolk.
You can contact Keith at firstname.lastname@example.org