Stacey Ward Kelly is a socially engaged artist & photographer who has exhibited her work in San Francisco, Boston and New York. She also teaches visual art and is the founder and director of the Contemporary Art Salon, a group that supports and promotes the arts and art education. Ms. Ward Kelly has created several fine art photography books of her work and was the editor of "Beacon Soul", a collection of art and words by local artists. In addition to creating "Audrey Chibbaro Lived Here" she was the coauthor and photographer for "Good Food from the Farm", by Stacey and Carrie Ward Kelly, a collection of writings, recipes and images from their local CSA farm.
Stacey's was one of 74 international artists who donated their work and are featured in the blurb publication, "Freedom and Art", a book in support of the release of Aung San Suu Kyi, the recognized leader of Burma, whose proceeds go to Amnesty International.