Keri Halloran is originally from central Connecticut. She earned a Bachelors of Fine Arts in photography at Hartford Art School at the University of Hartford. While at Hartford Art school, she exhibited in student and emerging artist exhibitions. Her current work is created with both color film and digital medias; often combining them. As a process based photographer, she marries the concept with the photo-technical process designed for each project. Each project being different in aesthetic because of this. In early 2017, she was accepted into a joint program between Five Points Gallery and Hartford Art School in Torrington, CT. The Launchpad Studio for emerging artists offers studio space and equipment to emerging artists from Hartford Art School along with mentorship from exhibiting artists and members of the gallery. Since graduating, she has exhibited in a few group shows around Connecticut. She has had various features on professional platforms as well. Halloran is inspired by the space outward around her related to her own body or self, but also inner reflection. She works part time and in her other spare time she is spends brainstorming her next project.