Keith Graves is a U.S. correspondent for Sky News based in Washington, DC.

Prior to moving to Washington, Graves was Sky's Middle East correspondent, based in Jerusalem.  While in the Middle East, he covered Turkey, Syria, Egypt and Iraq.  He also joined the Sky News team of reporters who covered the war in Kosovo, spending the better part of 1999 in the Balkans.

Before moving to Israel, Graves spent a year traveling in the United States.  He also established Sky's Asia bureau in Hong Kong right before the city was handed back to China. 

Graves joined Sky News in 1994, at which time he opened Sky's first bureau in Jerusalem.

From 1991-1994, Graves took time off from his career to live in Cyprus, where he built his own home. 

Before his sabbatical from journalism, Graves spent 25 years at the BBC as a radio and television reporter.  At the BBC, he successively held posts as diplomatic, Middle East and Washington correspondent.  His journalism career began in local news, working for The Sheffield Telegraph and his home-town publication, The Lincolnshire Echo

Graves is married and has two children.  He is a master diver.