Walleye Systems is the home of filmmaker, cinematographer and photographer Keith Wilson's creative enterprise. His films have been exhibited at Sundance, the Berlinale, South by Southwest as well as the United States National Gallery of Art. He was Director of Photography and Producer for INTERIOR. LEATHER BAR. directed by James Franco and Travis Mathews, which premiered at Sundance and will have it's theatrical debut in 2013. He is a member-owner of New Day Films, a 40 year-old .documentary distribution coop.

photo from Ivanhoe, VA by Alison Kuo

In the spring of 2013, his photography artist's book ALL THE BUILDINGS ON BURNET ROAD will be at the Gagosian Gallery in the exhibit Ed Ruscha & Co. and a new video from his MODELS series will screen at the Martina Johnston Gallery. In 2009, he began the ongoing interactive performance THE CAVE & MOUNTAIN TOUR, which will be featured at the 2013 Fusebox Festival in Austin, Texas. He has an MFA in film production from the Radio-TV-Film Department at UT-Austin.

Currently, based in San Francisco, Keith grew up on a cul-de-sac in suburban Atlanta and enjoys his vegetable garden, colored tape, sunny swimming pools, Bernal Hill and the film Le Quattro Volte.

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What is a Walleye?

A walleye is two things. It is a freshwater fish native to Canada and the northern United States. It is also slang for the eye condition extropia. Often called a "lazy eye", a walleye occurs when one eye is looking at the intended object and the other eye is looking at the wall instead. Keith's eyes above are a perfect example.