Jessie James is an interdisciplinary artist based in Boston. She makes photographs and incorporates found video, textile, and installation. In her work she investigates themes of adolescent memory, the ruptured nuclear family, DNA, and the transfer of traits from older generations to newer ones.
Jessie’s work has been exhibited at the Griffin Museum of Photography, Abigail Ogilvy Gallery, and the Copley Society of Art. She has also produced a series of images for permanent display at the Target in Burlington Massachusetts. Jessie continues to establish herself in the arts community as she engages with her community through imagery.