Co-founder, Co-creative Director, Head of Visuals and Graphics
photo by: Willy Verse
Born from Jamaican-Canadian parents, Keesha Chung is an event and video producer/director, video editor, art director, writer, graphic designer and professional model. Keesha has produced videos and events for Toronto based artists and worked as a freelance graphic designer (some of her work can be viewed below) and writer. Her writing has been published in Subversions: a Journal of Feminist Queries and Sophomore Magazine.
From May 2015 - May 2017 Keesha produced six projects for Sophomore Magazine as a content developer, video editor and writer. These projects included: Just Listen, an original web series she executive produced, directed, edited, and hosted; Girls with Curls, an interview series she directed, produced and modelled in; The Dirt on Denim; Taking a Moment; Like Mother, Like Daughter; New Africa; and Yes Yes Nino Brown.
Some of Keesha’s collaborators include: Khyber Centre for the Arts, Sankofest, HerDay, SoHo House Toronto, CIINEMA, Black Lives Matter Toronto, and Centre Never Apart.
She graduated from with a Bachelor of Arts from Concordia University in 2016. She is currently working as a 'Programming Co-ordinator ' at BAND Gallery and Cultural Centre in Toronto.