Behind the camera

I'm a lifestyle, commercial, and event photographer with over 10 years of experience. I've worked and traveled all over, from living abroad in Cambodia to shooting weddings in Australia. My entire creative career has been centered around philanthropical work, starting as an artist mentor for adults with disabilities to working as the creative producer for a large non-profit in Phnom Penh. I've been incredibly blessed with the opportunity to make a living doing what I love; creating art, designing, and photography. 

When I'm not freelancing as a graphic designer & illustrator; I'm living the mom-life with the coolest & cutest toddler in the world (as well as dozens of house plants that I also consider my babies). My husband's a total husBABE and I've been crushing on him since 2014. I drink coffee like it's going out of style and I never turn down french fries... 

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"Working with Jesi was the best! She made me feel like a friend was taking my photos. She had amazing ideas and has a beautiful style & aesthetic to her photography! The photos turned out better than I had hoped & I can't wait to work with Jesi again."


"Jesi is one of those creative people who just *gets it*. She knows color and light and the vulnerability of creativity. She knows how to capture the REAL you in your REAL element, and makes it seem effortless. During my session, Jesi had me laughing so much I forgot how nervous I was! This girl is a multi-dimensional, prismatic TALENT. Book her today and let her help you tell your brand story!"


“Jesi is so easy to work with, and fun to be around! She perfectly captured the essence of my small business, and took product photography that turned out so beautiful, professional, and branded specifically to my directions. She even got some great shots of me working in my studio (and I am NOT photogenic...) but I loved those, too!

She clearly has a passion for women-owned small businesses, and she knows exactly how to tell the story of an artisan through her photos. It was such a delight to work with her.”