About the Film

Birmingham-based conceptual photographer Celestia Morgan uses image to exercise and amplify her voice. Morgan's latest project draws on family experiences with redlining, inspiring her to create work that challenges assumptions about the communities around us.

About the Filmmakers

Kelsey Harrison is a multidisciplinary creative based in Birmingham, AL. With a background in visual arts and writing, she began filmmaking in 2014. In the years since, she’s produced, shot, and edited video content for international brands and independent projects alike. Kelsey officially joined the production team at Alabama Public Television in 2018. She’s become a dedicated parent to the arts documentary series Monograph, co-produced with the Louise to her Thelma, Lisa Cordes. She lives with the maximum number of plants that will survive in her apartment and a wonderful human partner.

Lisa Cordes is a producer, editor, and mother hen to Alabama Public Television's Production Department. She has been with APT since 2014. After a decade of being a hairstylist, Lisa upended her life and followed her dream of working in media and television. After working as an intern at APT, she was hired as a Production Coordinator and then worked her way up to producer and editor. She co-produces the arts series Monograph along with the Thelma to her Louise, Kelsey Harrison. She lives with her two cats and slips further every day into realizing her true form of Crazy Cat Lady.


Matt Whitson
is an editor, audio engineer, and occasional producer. He’s worked for Alabama Public Television since 2004 and in that time has managed to clutter his desk with a bunch of awards and stuff he won’t bore you with. He co-created the series We Have Signal and Subcarrier with his brother which is nice, I guess. In his free time, he enjoys driving around the country making loud noises at people in basements, or relaxing at home with his very large dog and normal-sized wife.

About APTV

Alabama is a land of rich history, abundant natural resources, fantastic opportunities and America's first state public television network - Alabama Public Television! Alabama Public Television is here for you 24 hours a day - an educational resource for people of all ages. With Alabama Public TV you'll meet the best minds in the world and newsmakers in Alabama and across the nation. You'll hear music of all varieties. Explore the wonders of science and nature. Learn how to sew country quilts, paint masterpieces and cook like a gourmet chef. Kids love - and parents trust - Alabama Public Television's award winning schedule of children's programs.