co-founder, Collective Culture
Keesha Chung is an emerging filmmaker (writer, director, producer), event producer and moderator, creative director, writer, graphic designer, and professional model. Her work focuses on intersectional politics, pop culture criticism, and critical race theory.
Keesha’s collaborators include: Never Apart Montreal, Route Eleven Productions, VICELAND Canada, Sephora Canada, AfrOURban, CBC Arts, BAND Gallery and Culture Centre, Scarbrough Pictures, CIINEMA, Sophomore Magazine, Artscape Daniel’s Launchpad, Concordia’s Fine Arts Student Alliance, Sankofest + Khyber Centre for the Arts, HerDay, BlackLives Matter Toronto, Goldelox Productions, and Ryerson Image Centre.
In 2018 Keesha worked at BAND Gallery and Culture Centre as a programming coordinator. Between 2016 - 2017 she was a tv host for an unreleased show on VICELAND Canada. 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, producer, 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 modeled in; The Dirt on Denim; Taking a Moment; Like Mother, Like Daughter; New Africa; and Yes Yes Nino Brown.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Women's Studies from Concordia University in 2016. She is currently enrolled in Humber College's Film and Multiplatform Storytelling program. She will be graduating with honours in December 2020.
Click here for a list of Keesha's writing and projects with CC.
*CV available upon request*
(Photos by Jacqueline Ashton)