Meg Kelly is a Colorado native who graduated from Barnard College with a degree in Architecture. Since graduation, she has split her time between India and New York. Her interest in conflict, South Asia and transitory space inspired to study Punjabi in India following graduation. And after a year at a New York architecture firm, she returned to Mumbai in August 2010 on a US Fulbright-Nehru Student Research Fellowship. Her project, entitled “Tracing Shifts of Place: Migration, Identity and Landscape in Dharavi,” investigated and documented the physical, political and cultural landscape of one of Asia’s largest and most complex informal communities through the eyes of its youth. She thought she was going to make drawings, but she made audio instead.