Angela Kelly is an artist from Belfast, N. Ireland, U.K., living in Rochester, NY, where she is a Professor of photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Her work addresses memory, landscape and history of place. She is included in Naomi Rosenblum's book, A History of Women Photographers, 2010; Photography and the Artist's Book, 2012, and The Photograph and the Album, 2013, published by Museums Etc. Her work Catharsis: Images of Post-Conflict Belfast was published in the Journal, Photographies, Vol 6: Issue 1, Routledge, 2013. Collections include: The Center for Creative Photography, Tucson; The Art Institute of Chicago; The Mac- Arthur Foundation; The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago; Kansas City Art Institute; The High Museum Atlanta and The Arts Council, London. Nominated by the Irish Voice, NYC, as one of 100 US Irish educators in 2014, a selection of her work may be viewed at http://AngelaKellyPhoto.com In 2017 she was nominated for the Prix Pictect prize for her photography.