Jessica explores how anthropogenic influences like fire or agricultural degradation affect terrestrial landscapes. Her science research interests include plant/arthropod interactions and post-fire resiliency in native California plant communities within a restoration context.  As part of her artwork, she has investigated apple breeding, bumblebee foraging, and native bee habitat with scientists at Cornell University and University of Nevada, Reno.


Recent Press
Confront your fear of bumblebees, LA Times
Fruiting Bodies, Visual Art Source
The Ocelots of Foothill Blvd., Artillery 
a better nectar, KCRW ‘All Things Considered