Keith has worked in small, medium and large practices throughout the UK and Ireland. He was part of the team for the Scottish Parliament by Enric Moralles in 2005. He designed a wedding palace tower in Moscow and masterplanned Leith Waterfront in Edinburgh for RMJM in 2006. With Edge Design Workshop EDW he designed a £15m Container project, an £18m Data Centre and was on the team that installed a 1960's Futuro House on the roof of Central Saint Martins (featured in the Evening Standard, Timeout Magazine, Guardian). He has designed and detailed a number of private residences. He is an ARB qualified architect since 2008 and consulted on many design projects with firms such as CSK Architects, White Ink Architects, Clarkes Facades and McKinskey Group with Bershka Clothing. In 2015 he designed and oversaw the refurbishment of the prestigious UCL Art Museum in the Grade 1 listed building on Gower Street. He is currently designing and building a future sustainable city with his experimental studio Yeah Totally Ltd.
He has taught and lectured in many Universities around the world including Tokyo University of the Arts GEIDAI, NZU, RCA, ECA, UU and UCL. In 2013 he published the 'Handyman Aesthetic' for his PhD in philosophy, architecture and sculpture. He co-founded Allotrope Press in 2011 with Emma Dwan O'Reilly. He has shown artwork internationally around the world under the name Keef Winter including co-representing the Northern Irish Pavilion Venice Biennial in 2016. He is represented by Galeria Breve in Mexico City and had a recent solo presentation in Galeria BOCA in September 2023.
Upcoming/ recent shows include: Composting for the future, VOID Gallery, L'Derry March, 2024; 'sky every day', with Richard Serra, N. Dash, Christine Corday, curated by B.Barretts Projects, projects+gallery, St Louis; Mahler Lewitt Residency, Spoleto, ‘Can’t Help It’ (solo) at Black Tower Projects, London; ‘Pre-Fix’, Northern Ireland Pavilion, Sella Del Giardini, Venice; ‘No Regrets’ (solo), Galeria Breve, Mexico City.
He has toured UK, Europe, Japan and Mexico with his musical collaborations Tracer AMC, Not Squares and played Glastonbury, Reading, Leeds and recorded numerous BBC sessions including Maidavale Studios in 2009 for Huw Stephens.