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Christian Kiley

Christian Daniel Kiley is a filmmaker, HIV awareness educator, husband, uncle, brother and reluctant millennial who was diagnosed with HIV in 2007. At the time of his diagnosis, he refrained from disclosing his status to anyone -- friends, family, let alone the Internet. After five years of isolation, he decided to disclose to his family, friends and then the Internet. Since then, he has earned his MFA in Media Art from Emerson College in Boston, Mass. He is the creator of the Web series, Unsure/Positive, which released its first season via Vimeo on Demand in December 2015. An actor, writer, director, teacher and sci-fi nerd, he also speaks to Boston-area youth about HIV awareness with an emphasis on prevention and destigmatization. Although his dry wit is sometimes mistaken for indifference, his heart has taken up permanent residence on his sleeve. Your questions, opinions, letters and suggestions are welcome at unsurepositive@
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Latest by Christian Kiley

I Am Not Kieran, I Am Kieran: The Story Behind the Story of the Lead Character in _Unsure/Positive_ -- A Blog Entry by Christian Kiley Img
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I Am Not Kieran, I Am Kieran: The Story Behind the Story of the Lead Character in Unsure/Positive

Actor and director Christian Kiley discusses how he relates to the main character of his web series, Unsure/Positive -- including battling meth addiction and discovering he was HIV positive.

By Christian Kiley
Resolutions and New Beginnings: A Blog Entry by Christian Kiley Img
Personal Stories

Resolutions and New Beginnings: A Blog Entry by Christian Kiley

With job woes resolved and new opportunities to share his HIV story, Kiley says he's no longer a "tightly wound anxiety driven pariah." His mantra for the new year is be brave, be ruthless, be heard -- and be happy.

By Christian Kiley