Whether it’s making an amazing pour-over, crafting custom artwork for her home, or brushing up on her favorite 20th century expressionists, Kelley distills life in her art – her photography and design capturing the small moments that make us human.
At Adfero, Kelley primarily works one-on-one with Adfero’s largest government client, The Department of Homeland Security. She has also worked with The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, AT&T, MyCareer@VA, and Travelers’ Voice. She creates branding, web and social media work rooted in the client's design system that illustrates the project’s narrative. Prior to joining Adfero, worked at George Mason University’s in-house sign shop, learning about environmental design, as well as production and installation.
Kelley graduated from James Madison University with a B.F.A. in Studio Art, a minor in Art History, and concentrations in Photography and Art Education. She also obtained a post-baccalaureate certificate in Graphic Design from George Mason University.
Little-known fact: Kelley has experience in traditional photography including dark room and alternative processes like tintypes, Daguerreotypes, cyanotypes, and gum printing.