Meg Kelly

Washington, D.C.

Video reporter, Visual Forensics

Education: Columbia University, Barnard College, BA, Architecture

Meg Kelly is a video reporter for The Washington Post's Visual Forensics team. Previously, she produced video and reported for The Post's Fact Checker and covered the 2016 election for NPR as a visual producer. As Fulbright Scholar in India, she produced a multi-media exhibition and oral history project that explored the structure of Dharavi's informal political and economic sectors. She has also reported on local politics, development and urban agriculture in New York City.
Latest from Meg Kelly

What are Japan’s gun laws? Abe killing shocks nation with few shootings.

The assassination of former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe occurred in a nation with some of the world’s strictest gun laws.

July 8, 2022

How Shireen Abu Akleh was killed

A Washington Post review of available visuals, audio and witness statements shows an Israeli soldier likely shot and killed Al Jazeera correspondent Shireen Abu Akleh on May 11 in the West Bank.

June 12, 2022

New video released in Jan. 6 hearing shows mob gathering, violence

Previously unaired security camera videos, exclusive documentary footage and police audio communications were presented at the committee's first prime-time hearing.

June 10, 2022

Saudi-led airstrikes in Yemen have been called war crimes. Many relied on U.S. support.

A joint Washington Post analysis reveals for the first time that the United States supported the majority of air force squadrons involved in the Saudi coalition’s years-old air campaign in Yemen.

June 4, 2022

Russian armored vehicles seen on Bucha street strewn with bodies, video shows

Drone videos captured in late March show military vehicles used by Russian airborne units near at least eight bodies in a suburb near Kyiv.

April 14, 2022

What to know about the long-range cruise missile Russia says it fired

Russia claims it used sea-based, long-range missiles to destroy an arsenal in northwest Ukraine on Tuesday. It previously used the weapons in Syria.

March 24, 2022

New satellite imagery shows bombed-out Mariupol theater

New satellite imagery, alongside video and photos verified by The Post, shows destruction in Mariupol's city center, including severe damage to the Mariupol Drama Theater.

March 19, 2022

In embattled Mariupol, glimpses of devastation and misery emerge

In the more than two weeks that it has been cut off from the outside world, Mariupol, the southern Ukrainian port city, has become synonymous with the horror of the Russian invasion.

March 15, 2022