As a designer and social entrepreneur, Keith is informed by interfacing with latent resources, landscape, and language. He received a master’s of architecture in ecological design at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a bachelor’s of architecture from the University of Miami. ln 2010, he launched beintween, a social and spatial organization improv(is)ing leftover spaces in the City of Milwaukee. Noteworthy accomplishments include a successfully funded Kickstarter for matireal, the imagination and realization of a linear park called the artery, the public installation of swings under many a Midwest viaduct, and the organization of a design/build coopetition. Now working at a smaller scale in a shared space at OHM in Cleveland, Keith offers hand fashioned goods @ do-op shop, in its beta version as an Etsy store. He continues to inform his practice through a process he refers to as sp/acement, whereby experimental publically informed works seek to serve as a retainer for existing residents rather than a token to displace them. Keith’s spirit animal is the raccoon.