Ross C. Kelly is a photo-based artist, currently residing in Vancouver. Originally from Ireland, Kelly studied geology at the London Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine and Psychology at the American College in Dublin. He also has a diploma in photography and postgraduate diploma in art history from the University of British Columbia. This diverse background is reflected in Kelly’s photographic practice, where—never satisfied with the limits of the traditional single-frame photograph—he tries to push the edges of what the camera can capture and what the resulting image can communicate. He does this through the use of collage and seriality and by presenting the imagery in a range of contexts and situations. His wider practice incorporates various mapping and public art projects. Kelly’s work has been exhibited in galleries in Canada, Ireland, the UK, Turkey, Japan, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. He is currently a candidate in the Low Residencey Master of Applied Arts program at Emily Carr University of Art + Design.