Jesse May Fisher is an artist working with moving image, photography and text, across fine art, fashion and music videos.

Her work has been published in Nasty Magazine, Dazed, Hunger, Sabat Magazine, Suspiria Magazine and Aesthetica, and has been exhibited at Saatchi Gallery, Moving Image Artists and SISSI Club, Marseille. Jesse is a part of Artemisia, an artists’ collective whose work intersects within mythology, ritual, healing and embodied feminine knowledge. She lives and works in London.

      
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              Education


MA Contemporary Art Practice: Moving Image, Royal College of Art, London, 2019-2021.

BA (hons) Photography, London College of Communication, London, 2013-2016.

Fetac Level 6 Fashion Industry Practice, Galway, Ireland, 2011-2012.


Exhibitions/Screenings

Saatchi Gallery, London Grads Now, 2021.

Royal Collge of Art, Graduation Degree Show, Cromwell Place, 2021.

Recipe for a Sour Breast, Moving Image Artists, online, 2021.

Recipe for a Sour Breast, SISSI Club, Marseille, 2021.

Recipe for a Sour Breast, Everything Forever, online 2021.

302 Redirect, Royal College of Art, Online, 2020. 

WIP (Work in Progress) Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2020.

Photograd, Online, 2020.

Screening of music video Like Fire, Short Wave Cafe, London, 2019.

Screening of music video Sugar, Hermitage Community Moorings, London, 2018.

Aesthetica Future Now Exhibition, York, 2017.

Girl Town, St. Margaret's House, London, 2016.

90 Degrees, London College of Communication, London, 2016.

Official selection We Were Swimming, Nightpiece Film Festival, 2016.

Official selection We Were Swimming, Hong Kong Art House Film Festival, 2016.

Official selection We Were Swimming, Lisbon International Film Festival, 2016.

Official selection We Were Swimming, Female Feedback Film Festival, 2016.

Official selection We Were Swimming, Amarcord Chicago Arthouse Film Festival, 2016.


Awards

Winner Best Cinematography We Were Swimming, Female Feedback Film Festival, 2016.


Workshops

Rituals & Recipes, Royal College of Art AcrossRCA Programme, 2021.