ANDY KEECH (Australia) is best known in parachute circles for his three “Skies Call” books of free fall photography. His free fall photography assignments included venues in the United States, Asia, Europe and Africa as a photographer for Time, Sports Illustrated and the London Times. Previously, he has been an Australian National parachute champion and one of the top scorers on the Australian Team at world competition. He was on the first four-man formation photographed in the world and holds Australia’s Master of Sport Parachuting award. As a pilot, Andy has flown for 60 years holding both private and commercial licenses. It was in autogyros that he set three transcontinental speed records across the US and 29 world class performance records. He is one of only two pilots since the Wright brothers to hold world-class records in all four realms of performance—speed, distance, rate of climb and altitude.