William Keddell is a Miami based visual artist who explores stereographic vision and dimensional perception. All of Keddell’s work has a stereographic element and every artwork includes a purpose-built binocular lens viewer or viewers. William grew up in rural New Zealand before he went to London. He attended and graduated from Chelsea School of Art and continued to reside in London making independent art films while having an active production and administration role in the London Film Makers Co-op. In the eighties he lived in New Zealand where he made art films and music videos. In 1990 he moved to the United States to raise his family and it was then that he began to seriously explore the realm of stereo-vision.