Mae Kellert is a photographer, sculptor, and writer with a deep interest in art history and the philosophy behind art making. Her work often touches upon themes of nature and the human role in the environment, gender and sexuality, and self-identity and acceptance. She received her BFA in photography from Stockton University with minors in Art History, Writing, and French, and studied Contemporary Art History and Painting En Plein Air abroad at IESA in Paris. She has worked for several years as a sports photographer while also holding various jobs in the New York and New Jersey art worlds. Eager to open conversations about contemporary art and its place in art history as well as to interact with the current arts community, Mae hopes to bring the arts to the public in as mutually-supportive a way as possible. When she’s not working or writing, she’s off hiking a mountain somewhere, or singing to her countless houseplants.