Tess Kelly

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Theressa "Tess" Khaliel Kelly graduated from Brigham Young University in 2013 with a degree in Media Arts Studies.

At the 2013 Department of Theatre and Media Arts student awards ceremony, Kelly was nominated to receive the Media Arts Outstanding Student award. At the Night at the HFAC, hosted by the Laycock Center for Creative Collaboration in the Arts, Kelly's team won the 24 hours of creativity competition. The team included Lauren Laws, Marcus A. Christensen, Brock Bolen, and Ryan Siepert. Also in 2013, she assisted Professor Amy Jensen in preparation for her speech at Women's Conference about using digital media to bring families closer.

Kelly participated in the 2013 Peery Film Festival & Changemaker Week at BYU. She worked with Kelsie Moore on a mini-documentary film about the contributions of Vittana, a company whose mission is to enable loans for students around the world so they can continue their education. Kelly documented the story of Natasha, from Ghana.

In 2014, at the American Advertising Awards Gala (formerly the Addys), a Gold Award was awarded to Lucozade - Refuel Your Drive (TV), for which Kelly was producer. She also worked as the Unit Production Manager for the 2014 short film Reins, which won third place at the year's LDS Film Festival.

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