Visual & Media Arts Faculty
Part Time Faculty (2000)
B.S. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, M.A. Emerson College
David Kelleher is a freelance web developer, video editor, animator, photographer, musician, and comedy juggler. His credits include interactive training for Intel, 3D animation for an episode of National Geographic's Naked Science, radio and TV advertisements for a national diamond manufacturer, and audio editing for Tom Snyder Production's Math Mysteries CD-ROM series.
Kelleher's photography has been displayed in Newbury Street galleries. His China photos were exhibited in a 2008 solo show, and a photograph by Kelleher of Harvard Square was selected for the curated 2010 Boston Neighborhood Project. Having developed dozens of custom database-driven website applications for companies such as Axiomatic Design Solutions, Kelleher supports Internet Accessibility efforts as a member of Boston-IA. His current projects include development of a PHP/MySQL content management system and a platform for interactive Internet radio.
Kelleher's teaching interests include media production, advanced web site development, and digital photography. He has also taught basic computer skills classes to inner city grade school students, and developed digital effects editing and web design workshops for high school students and adult certificate programs.
Foundations in VMA Production (VM115)
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