Jessica is highly sought after for her work in virtual and augmented reality, having developed a unique perspective of place, movement, and world-building she now brings to her work in traditional filmmaking.
She has made hundreds of branded videos, op-docs and short films including the recent Alcoholocaust, which premiered at the LA Shorts Fest 2018 and will screen SF Indie Fest 2019, a music video for rising artist Rebecca Perl and a branded series for Vox/ Microsoft.
Jessica’s VR work has premiered at film festivals all over the world. Most recently, Together as One made for Oculus as part of their VR for Good program premieres October 2018 at San Francisco Dance Film Festival and in the Oculus online store. In the 360/VR space, she has also created content for brands such as pride.com, Miller Lite, Wiser Distillery, Youtube/ Vsauce, and Music Artists such as Hunter Hayes.
Additionally, Jessica is frequently asked to speak about her view on immersive storytelling at many prestigious film schools and film festivals including: USC, North Carolina School of the Arts, Sundance Film Festival and New Orleans Film Festival to name a few.
When Jewish teen Franny invites her friends over for a Holocaust-themed game of beer pong, she thinks it's all in politically incorrect fun. But she’s about to discover the line between reclaiming her legacy and betraying it.