Started working in the South Australian Government as a Records Officer in 1985 for the Attorney Generals Department covering a number of roles including correspondence officer and senior administration officer.
Appointed a Justice of the Peace in 1992.
In 1995 was seconded to the Premiers office as correspondence officer for the Premier, where he also worked with the Information Technology area on the W2K solutions.
From 2001 to 2010 worked in a number of records management, business administration and ministerial support roles for the Department for Water Resources and Department for Water, land and Biodiversity Conservation.
In 2010 following machinery of government changes was transferred to Department of Environment and Natural Resources as Corporate Records Team Leader.
From 2011 to 2015 lead the project to transition the department from a myriad of Records Systems into a whole of Department EDRMS.
Keith has been a member of the State Records Council since 2014.
He has a passion for utilising innovation and new technologies to evolve the way Information Management preserves our history and builds on the decisions now and the past to make us a better future.