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Adventures in Pajama Girl Land!

Kelly is a seasoned documentary filmmaker, producing, directing, writing and editing 50+ non-fiction programs for broadcasters like PBS and ARTE and clients like Lyft, Udacity, The Ford Foundation and UNAIDS. She ran a production company in Africa for over a decade and worked in Guatemala periodically for five years. She won an Emmy in 2009 for her documentary shorts series Artisodes profiling contemporary artists, another Emmy that same year for an interactive website about ethnomusicology, and IDFA’s Special Jury Award in 2001 for her documentary Master Positive about an HIV positive man who makes papier-mâché coffins to deflect the high cost of funerals in Africa. Her interactive non-fiction graphic story Spoiled covering the oil resource curse in Africa was shortlisted by Tribeca New Media and premiered at The Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in 2015.

Currently, Kelly is executive producing a TV documentary mini-series Mind Over Matter about an enigmatic Cold War scientist, and Silicon Valley Confidential, a true crime series about a forensic psychologist who travels into the unchartered mind-scapes of 1980s Silicon Valley criminals.