Alabama native, Keith L. Davis is an accomplished filmmaker and actor based in Brooklyn, NYC.
Before pursuing filmmaking, he trained at the Yale School of Drama, and his acting career includes performing in various Off-Broadway (Hoodoo Love), Broadway (Festen, Julius Caesar), Television (Law & Order, Guiding Light) and Film (De Dominee) productions.
Subsequently, he studied at New York University's Graduate Film program (as a Dean's Fellowship recipient), and as a writer/director, his shorts have screened at Chicago International Film Festival, Palm Springs Shortfest, Urbanworld, Athens International Film+Video and Rooftop among others.
As a film and video editor his past clients have included, Amazon, Netflix, UNICEF, Gucci, RabitBandini, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Nokia, Jay-Z/Roc-a-Fella, Cisco, Chevy, SpikeDDB, and Firelight Media.
As a writer/director, his debut narrative feature, "The American People," is currently being supported by the Sundance Feature Film Program where he was a Screenwriting and Directing Fellow. While at the Labs, Sundance awarded Keith the Lynn Auerbach Screenwriting Fellowship, as well as the Honda Motors, sponsored Power of Dreams Fellowship for directing.
Keith is based in Brooklyn, NYC and currently works for VICE Media. He also teaches (Pratt University, NYU) when he can otherwise, he's probably at home showing his 2-year-old how to dance while scribbling on a wall.