With a fascination of memory and the adolescent years, Jessie James produces lush color photographs with a hint of comedic remedy. She works meticulously to create compelling compositions that reference universal themes of childhood memory and the ruptured nuclear family. Her curiosity spurs from past and current experiences of transitional years. She continues to challenge and question the world as she studies photography at Lesley University.
She has exhibited at the Griffin Museum of Photography, Raizes Gallery, Lafayette City Center, Gallery South, and Boston City Hall. She has also received commission from her local Target to produce work for permanent display. As she continues to distinguish herself in the art world, Jessie James encourages the engagement of her community through imagery.