Kelsey Rauber is a New York-based screenwriter/producer. Kelsey was raised in Aargau, Switzerland in a bilingual household and always had an affinity towards the arts. She moved to New York City in 2008 to pursue music which ignited her love for storytelling and lead to the creation of many screenplays.

In 2012, Kelsey won first place in the New York City Screenwriting Festival, Comedy division for her feature screenplay "About a Donkey." That same screenplay also made the semifinals in the 2013 LA Shorts Comedy Screenplay Competition.

Kelsey and her creative partner Christina Raia created the hit web series "Kelsey". It became a critical and viral success leading to a successful crowdfunding campaign, where they raised 120% of their original goal. 

 

 

As of 2015, Kelsey is co-owner of CongestedCat Productions. 


Under the CongestedCat umbrella, she went on to write and produce the award-winning shorts "We Had Plans" and "Not Our Livingroom" as well as the pilot "Two Gays and a Girl."


Kelsey is currently in festival rounds for her feature film "About a Donkey."

She is also currently writing a comedy series as well as her first Swiss-German feature.