Kelsey joined the REVERB team as an On-site Coordinator in 2021. Before touring, she taught in ceramic studios and worked as a deckhand on historical sailing vessels. Growing up in Maine, her life long love of the sea has always been motivation for protecting the health of our environment. She loves doing a job that has a measurable positive impact in our fight against climate change.
Touring gives her the opportunity to combine her passions. Environmentalism, seeing new places, connecting with new people, with time in between to be in the studio. Kelsey holds a BFA and an MA in ceramics. She uses her work to spark curiosity and conversation about many topics, but most often she is directing attention towards our footprint on the planet. When not working for REVERB you can find her covered in clay at the studio or perhaps in a tidepool. She currently resides in the United Kingdom.