Kelli Tynan is a recent graduate of DePaul University, she received a Master of Science in Cinema Production with a Concentration in Sound. She is currently an employee at the University of Michigan, working as an AV Technician at the Michigan Union.
In May 2014, Kelli graduated from Purdue, receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Graphics Technology with a Minor in Art and Design.
Shortly after leaving Purdue, Kelli found the Cinema Production program at DePaul and knew this was her next step. She has found her passion in film and in sound.
Kelli has been on the set of several DePaul student films and Independent Short Films in Chicago as Production Sound Mixer, including, Run Rabbit (2015), Night Light (2015) and Year for Silk (2015). As well as two Independent Feature films; Scraps (2017) and Ginger (2017). She also enjoys the world of Post Production and the challenge of sound creation and audio repair.
Beyond film and sound, Kelli’s hobbies include photography, fitness, journaling, language learning, singing and blogging.
One day she hopes to bring all of these Kelements together into her own ultimate creative studio.