co-founder, Collective Culture
Keesha Chung is an emerging filmmaker (director, producer, writer), on air-talent, event producer and moderator, writer, and professional model.
In March 2020, Keesha directed, produced, and wrote her first award-winning short film grey area . grey area is currently doing its Canadian festival run. Through the Bell Graduate Leadership Program, she currently has worked on TSN’s "The Shift" as a segment producer and on-air talent and is presently working for Bell Media's content sales team. With over 10 years of experience in media she has collaborated with:
The Shift (TSN), HXOUSE, Never Apart Montreal, Route Eleven Productions, VICELAND Canada, Sephora Canada, AfrOURban, CBC Arts, BAND Gallery and Culture Centre, CIINEMA, Sophomore Magazine, Artscape Daniel’s Launchpad, Concordia’s Fine Arts Student Alliance, 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.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Women's Studies from Concordia University in 2016. In December 2020 she graduated from Humber College's Film and Multiplatform Storytelling program with honours.
Click here for a list of Keesha's writing and projects with CC and check out her interviews and features below.
*CV available upon request*
(Photos by Jacqueline Ashton)