Kelly Creedon is an independent documentary photographer and multimedia producer based in Boston, Massachusetts. Her work has been published by the Christian Science Monitor, PBS Newshour, the Portland Press Herald, WBUR, Christianity Today, and Readerâ€™s Digest. Her work was recently featured in the Conflict and Visual Culture Gallery of the Solomon Asch Center for the Study of Ethnopolitical Conflict at Bryn Mawr College.
Her current focus is an on-going multimedia documentary project entitled We Shall Not Be Moved. The project follows the work of City Life/Vida Urbana and the Bank Tenant Association, a Boston-based grassroots movement that is bringing families together after foreclosure to resist eviction and keep their communities strong. The project, which was recently featured by PBS Newshour, has been awarded funding through Mass Humanities and the Puffin Foundation. For more on the project, visit the website: www.weshallnotbemoved.net
Kelly also provides documentary photography and multimedia for a variety of nonprofit organizations and campaigns. Some of her recent clients and project partners include the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), Maryâ€™s Pence, the United Teen Equality Center, Conversations with Other, and Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts. She is a graduate of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland, Maine.