Angela Kelly is an artist, educator and an active member of the international arts community. Currently, she is a tenured Associate Professor at RIT, Rochester, NY where she serves as the MFA Coordinator of Imaging Arts Photography program. Her work is included in many collections in the US and abroad including the Arts Council of London, England, The MacArthur Foundation, The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, the Art Institute of Chicago and The Center for Creative Photography Tucson and the The High Museum, Atlanta, amongst others. A member of SPE since 1987, Angela has served on the Executive Committee of the National Board of SPE, the National Fulbright Committee, and the Arts Council of Gt. Britain. She is included in Naomi Rosenblum's book, "A History of Women Photographers," Abrams, 2010, and in Liz Well's book, "The Photography Reader." In the Summer of 2011, she was an artist- in- residence at the Burren College of Art, Ireland, working on a new body of work related to the history of the Irish famine. In September, she exhibited, Catharsis: Images of Post-Conflict Belfast at the 3rd International Dali Photography Exhibition, Dali Yunnan, China, where she was one of four international artists nominated for the best exhibit, from over 200 exhibits of 6000 photographs. In the Winter and Spring of 2011-12, Angela will conduct a lecture tour of a number of English Universities to include photographic symposiums at Salford University and the University of London. In 2012, Catharsis will be presented at National SPE conference in San Francisco and exhibited at the Tower Fine Arts Center Gallery, Brockport, NY and at the Reisman Gallery, Cazenovia, NY.