Jessica make work for exhibitions, for creative projects and for the hell of it. Her practice is often site specific, sometimes personal and occasionally participatory. Jessica’s more recent work has taken a shift towards exploring political, social and scientific issues, presenting information in an accessible way to raise awareness. She has explored themes such as, Biphobia, HIV+ awareness, the current UK education system, climate change as well as mental health and personal identity. Jessica's work is multi-disciplinary and spans across, immersive installation, sculpture, illustration and printmaking.