Kelly Tatham is a writer, essayist, filmmaker, photojournalist, portrait photographer, podcast host, and political activist from unceded Coast Salish Territory.
Her writing has been published in Rabble, The Tyee, The Georgia Straight, and Medium’s Human Parts and her photography has been published in VICE, The Hollywood Reporter, Forbes, and Voyage LA.
She hosts a podcast called “Change in the Multiverse” that explores the intersection between activism and the esoteric. Her short film “Multiverse Dating for Beginners” won multiple awards on the film festival circuit, including Best Comedy, Best Short, and Best Director.
Her other work-art experiences include developing and producing reality TV, running for MLA in the 2020 BC provincial election, and documenting the growing movement of Indigenous resistance and allied support on the front lines of corruption, state-orchestrated poverty, brutality, and resource extraction in so-called British Columbia, Canada.
She is currently finishing her first books of essays “Love and the Multiverse” and developing numerous film and television projects.