Steph Kesey is a multimedia artist. She has worked as a vj for dance clubs, art spaces, and concerts; an art director for film, music videos and commercials; a corporate video producer, director, and editor; a translator (Spanish-English); and an international travel guide. Steph is a MacDowell Colony fellow and her work has been supported by (among others) The Rasmuson Foundation, 4Culture, Tin House, and The Alaska State Council on the Arts. She holds a B.A. in Fine Arts from Whitman College and completed her graduate studies in Film and Video Direction at La Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires. Steph currently works as a freelance commercial art director and teaches film at The Seattle International Film Festival.
Steph is one half of KeseyPollock, a collaboration with visual artist Erin Pollock. They are know for their innovative experimental animation techniques and large-scale multimedia works. They often use ephemeral materials to explore impermanence within the context of the human body. Their last exhibition, made from 3,000 lbs of Crisco and wax, was was featured among the top most-funded visual arts projects on Kickstarter. Their work is found in private and public collections. KeseyPollock clients include: The Municipality of Anchorage, The Alaska Park Foundation, Olympic Sculpture Park, Microsoft, Seattle Art Museum.