Kelsey and Rémy Bennett are a NYC based creative team with a collective vision that is praised for being vibrant, subversive, and inimitably honest. Their collaborations include photography, music videos, film, and fine art curation.
The sister duo have worked Melissa Shoes to create an in-store exhibition in coordination with the brand's U.S launch. They have curated exhibitions including Glory Hole for Spring/Break Art Fair 2016, LIFEFORCE (Untitled Space) featuring 24 female artists, The Girl Who Loves Roses (Larrie NYC), and When Darkness Loves Us (Spring/Break Art Fair 2018).
Most recently they co-produced and directing, Under Her Skin, a video series profiling female artists that emphasizes the transformative power of art and it’s vital role in our society.
Kelsey’s photography and fine art have been shown in solo and group shows in New York, LA, and London. She has contributed to Interview Magazine, Dazed, Polyester Zine, and VICE. Rémy Bennett wrote and stars in her directorial debut feature film Buttercup Bill that was released in the U.S. She has also written essays for Playboy, Bust, 1985, and Diabolique magazine.