Kelly Ludwig is a designer, photographer, and advocate for art environments and folk artists based in Kansas City, Missouri. Her first exposure to the world of art environments was through her design work for the PBS travel show “Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations.” She blends her passion for photography, design and travel experiences with technology, and has created two award-winning travel apps. Detour Art, Travel-o-Pedia, and Home Court Advantage are just a few titles in the long line of books, design, and marketing projects that she has authored, shot, and designed. Her photographs have been exhibited in a number of museums, magazines and books, including the Abby Aldridge Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, SFO Museum in San Francisco, WeeGee Exhibition Centre in Espoo, Finland, the Museum of Everything in London, and the American Folk Art Museum in Brooklyn. Kelly has been designing professionally since graduating from the University of Kansas with a B.F.A. in Visual Communications. Prior to her current role as Group Creative Director of Design at DEG Digital, she was at the Kansas City Art Institute as an assistant professor and interim chair of the graphic design department.