I have been working in video production since 2005. My background includes formal training in Ethnographic Documentary, which informs my creative practice by always reminding me to look for the meaningful moments in everyday life. Above all, I believe that creativity can be harnessed to inform and inspire audiences to be more engaged and compassionate. I have worked with businesses, textbook publishers, government agencies, consultants and non-profits on video projects that educate and enlighten. My first feature-length educational film, Yeah Maybe No toured colleges and universities internationally.
"Kelly helped us out at the Hoyt Arboretum on a really tight timeline and produced a wonderful video that was so much more than we'd hoped for. She's incredibly professional, easy to work with, makes great suggestions, and is all around fantastic. I would strongly recommend her services to anyone looking for video work."
- Heather Keisler Fornes, Hoyt Arboretum