Celie Dailey is a writer and artist living in Charleston, South Carolina. She specializes in digital media projects that document and promote artists. She is a designer, book editor, curator, photographer, filmmaker and gardener. She is available for your creative project. View full CV (pdf).

Current Projects:
Above Mobile Bay is a video series created for batik artist Mary Edna Fraser, cataloging the creation of her silk installation for GulfQuest, the National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico set to open in 2013. She is in the final stages of editing a book cataloging and explaining her large-scale batik process, compiled after six years of photographing Mary Edna at her James Island studio.

Ongoing Website Collaborations:
Art & Science: Envisioning Ocean Depths, exhibition headed by Dr. Cindy Lee Van Dover, Duke University
Spew Geyser, tape label, Charleston, SC
Delete Apathy, promoting environmental action through art with Mary Edna Fraser, Charleston, SC

Past Projects:
Commissioned video for oil painter Martha Sharp documented a live painting session on Kiawah Island.

Celie was an editor for Global Climate Change: A Primer, co-authored by Orrin H. Pilkey, Keith C. Pilkey, and Mary Edna Fraser. She has documented the art and science collaboration in video and written about it on CoastalCare.org.