Originally from Colorado, and now living in Los Angeles, Kelsey graduated in 2015 from Lewis & Clark College with a BA in studio art. With a lifelong background in the visual arts, Kelsey’s practice took a turn from the concretely tangible, to the liminal, with writing becoming a more central focus. Her visual work broadly concerns messes, the precarity of domestic debris, and ultimately, corporeal and cerebral fragilities as mooring constants of the embodied experience. In writing, Kelsey brings her history as a painter to the forefront with a fondness for language that dips and bleeds and melds as only fluid pigment can. Her fiction, creative nonfiction, and journalism can be found in over fifteen media outlets all over the net.