Since returning to the United States in 2005 after attending Speos Photographic Institute, in Paris, Alice has been busy photographing a variety of events throughout the Charleston, South Carolina area, as well as abroad.
Keeney has been working for the Associated Press since 2005 covering news events in the coastal region of South Carolina. Recently, Keeney's images of the tragic fire that claimed the lives of nine Charleston Fire Fighters landed on the front page of the New York Times and USA Today, along with many other newspapers across the nation and around the world.
Keeney has continued her involvement with Grassroot Soccer, an NGO based in Sub-Saharan Africa which provides African youth with the life-skills to live HIV free. She has worked with, and photographed, the organization three separate times, visiting Zimbabwe, Botswana and South Africa. Most recently, Keeney traveled to South Africa with Goals for Girls, a cultural exchange which brought a DC area girl's soccer team to South Africa to teach young girls soccer, participate in a Grassroot Soccer HIV education camp, and learn more about South Africa.
In May of 2006, Keeney was named one of the Lowcountry's top ten up and coming "Under The Radar" artists and was featured in the May 2006 issue of Charleston Magazine.
Keeney's list of clients includes The Associated Press, The Washington Post, College of Charleston, Grassroot Soccer, Vought Industries, The New York Post, Oblique Magazine and Charleston Center for Photography among others.
Alice, a native of Rhode Island, graduated from the College of Charleston in 2004, where she balanced her time playing Division I Soccer, while earning a B.A. in English.
All images below are size 8" x 10" and come double matted + framed.
Frame is 16" x 19" with viewable image ~7.5" x 9.5"