Kerry Baldry works in a range of media including film and video. Many of her films have been shot on 16mm with a Bolex movie camera using facilities such as superimposition and stop frame, often edited 'in camera'. Consumerism, alienation, emotionality, conflict and mortality; aspects of the human condition are recurrent themes.
She has had many screenings at international film festivals and galleries, including The Rotterdam Film Festival, BBC2’ s The Late Show, The I.C.A., The Lux, The Venice Biennale and had work on billboards during Hull City of Culture 2017. Kerry graduated from Middlesex University (B.A Fine Art) and Central Saint Martin’s School of Art (postgraduate in Film and Video). Kerry Baldry has also curated and distributed 'One Minute' a self-initiated project over the last 14 years screened worldwide. There are ten programmes to date and have recently been archived at the BFI.