Kathleen Kelley is a choreographer, dancer, and dance filmmaker who recently joined the faculty of Montclair State University as an Assistant Professor of Dance Technique and Technology. Her choreographic work integrates the logic of dance performance into fields such as film, interactive technology, poetry, sculpture, and software design in addition to live performance. She has taught and designed courses in choreography for the camera, dance documentation, the history of dance cinema, and interactive performance technology with iPads.   Originally from North Carolina, she received her BFA from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro and her MFA from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. While at the University of Illinois, she was the Graduate Video/Media Coordinator and mentored undergraduates, graduates, and faculty in digital technologies, dance film, video archives, and the creation video and web portfolios. She was the co-artistic director of the NYC-based Labor Force Dances, and her choreography has been shown at venues in North Carolina, South Carolina, Illinois, and New York, including the Center for Performance Research, the Tank NYC, the John Ryan Theater, Triskelion Arts Center, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Chez Bushwick, Dance New Amsterdam, Movement Research Open Performance, and Studio A.I.R. Her most recent work, the following of tracks and other signs (2011) premiered in New York at the Center for Performance Research as a live performance and dance film. As a performer, Kathleen has performed internationally with artists such as NYC choreographers Deganit Shemy and Mei Yin Ng.