Keeling has a background in art direction (working with Manchester United, PUMA, Guinness), live visuals (where he worked with Chase & Status, Nightmares on Wax, Phaeleh) and visual effects (working with Nike, The Weeknd, Two Door Cinema Club).
Keeling made his first short film, ‘Yoke Farm’, in 2014, which won the Human Trafficking Foundation Anti-Slavery Media Award for Best Film Production in 2015, which was presented by Theresa May.
Beyond this, he has also won commendations from The Drum’s Content Awards, Marketing Week’s Data Storytelling Awards and CIM’s International Marketing Awards.
Additional work and collaborations with trans-disciplinary artist Jessica Bugg and acclaimed dancer Fukiko Takase screened at the MoBA Biennale Arnhem in 2013, the Young Guns screening for Best Emerging Talent at Berlin FFF 2013 and the UK’s National Gallery at the V&A.
Keeling organises and performs in long-form improv shows with his team. He has trained with Monkey Toast UK, The Free Association, Hoopla and Philippe Gaulier.
His portfolio with Mob Film includes Lego x Manchester United and Manchester United Women.