Jess loves a good yarn. Whether it be how you met your husband, why you named your son Gerald, or how your great grandfather landed on his feet when he ran away from home at 11 (that’s a real yarn, just ask Jess).
Every family has a collection of stories - stories of joy, of sadness, of triumph - and Jess wants to help tell them with photography. She specialises in creative rural portraits that play with light and space.
She has deep Central Queensland roots that continue to draw her back to the region again and again from all over the world. After 8 years in the UK, she’s back and based on the Sunshine Coast - but is happy to travel far and wide.
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Give me a home among the gumtrees!
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