Lives and works in Toronto, CA
2018 BFA, Sculpture and Installation, OCAD University, Toronto, CA
2018 Artscape Gibraltar Point, Toronto Islands, September 17 to October 1, Toronto, CA
2015 Contemporary Textiles Studio Co-op, June 1 to August 31, Toronto, CA
2018 Art After Dark Festival, Toronto, CA
2018 Hard Twist 13: Threads, Gladstone Hotel, Toronto, CA
2018 Resilient Attitudes, Beaver Hall Gallery, Toronto, CA
2014 Kensington Market Art Fair, Toronto, CA
2012 Wall-to-Wall, Gallery 44, Toronto, CA
2012 Square Foot Show, AWOL Gallery, Toronto, CA
2011 The JUMP Show, Delaware Falls Pop-Up Gallery, Toronto, CA (co-curator)
2010 The X and O Show, The Bait Shop, Toronto, CA
2009 Free Them of Choice, The Lens Factory, Toronto, CA
2008 Square Foot Show, AWOL Gallery, Toronto, CA
2007 Square Foot Show, AWOL Gallery, Toronto, CA
2007 Wonderful Nuit, CONTACT Photography Festival, CN Tower, Toronto, CA
Assistant to Dr. Lynne Heller, Data Materialization Studio, Faculty of Design, Graduate Faculty, OCAD University, January 2018 to Present
Gallery Coordinator, Sculpture & Installation Nora Vaughan Thesis Series, OCAD University, January 2018 to May 2018
Permanent Collections Assistant, Onsite Gallery, Toronto, CA
Monitor, The Power Plant Contemporary Gallery, Toronto, CA
Member, Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography, Toronto, CA
Photographer, Help Portrait Toronto, Toronto, CA
Contributing Editor and Writer, Little Red Umbrella, Toronto, CA
Writer, Crossover Magazine, Toronto, CA
Writer and Photographer, blogTO, Toronto, CA
Photographer, Music for Animals Fundraiser, The Rivoli, Toronto, CA
Photographer and writer, SoundProof Magazine, Toronto, CA
Photographer, Mully’s Children's Foundation, Nairobi, KE
“Kelly Richardson: Legion – Futuristic Art in Buffalo”, The Little Red Umbrella, April 15, 2013. Web.
"Self-Portraits”, Feature Shoot Magazine, May 2012. Web.
"About Me”, F-Stop Magazine, Issue #47, April 2011/May 2011. Web.
"Little Red Riding Hood, Revisited”, blogTO, March 2009. Web.
Works held in private collections in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.