Lenn Keller is an African American butch lesbian feminist archivist, activist, curator, filmmaker, photographer, writer, and mother. Lenn hails from Chicago and has called the San Francisco-Bay Area home for over 40 years. Lenn holds a B.A. in Communication from Mills College. She has been photographing and exhibiting her work focused on activists, artists, people of color, and LGBTQ communities (with an emphasis on lesbians of color) since 1981. Her photographs were featured in last year’s Queer California: Untold Stories exhibition at the Oakland Museum, where one of her images was chosen for display on the exhibition’s banner and on transit billboards throughout the Bay Area. Lenn wrote, directed and produced two award winning short films about black lesbians, and is in production on a feature length documentary about a lesbian subculture.