Jessica Kantor is a Writer & Interdisciplinary Artist

Jessica Kantor is an LA-based Writer and Interdisciplinary Artist exploring the relationship between innovation and popular culture using the lens of storytelling. Jessica works across various mediums, including screenwriting, immersive media, experiential art, and artificial intelligence. Her credentials include an artist residency at Technicolor, a Google JUMP creator, and an Oculus VR for Good Fellow. Her work has graced film festivals worldwide, including prestigious events like the Tribeca Film Festival and the Arles International Photo Festival.

Jessica’s experiential exhibition, "Be Water My Friend, The Teachings of Bruce Lee," is currently on view at The Wing Luke Museum in Seattle. This exhibition provides a unique opportunity for visitors to immerse themselves in Bruce Lee's personal library and discover how his insatiable thirst for knowledge fueled his remarkable life and achievements.

Additional recent achievements include Jessica's romantic comedy screenplay, "The Date Whisperer," which was produced by ReelOne Entertainment. Becoming a Producer's Guild Innovation Award finalist for her leadership as the lead producer on "Live@Expo." and a Webby award for her exceptional work in writing, directing, and producing "Voice Talks" for Google Assistant.

In addition to her creative pursuits, Jessica hosts the podcast "Raising Cinephiles," where she interviews actors, writers, and directors, delving into the profound impact of cinema on their lives and their approach to introducing this cinematic world to their kin.

Email: jesskantor@gmail.com
Brand & Experiential Representation: HELO
Film & TV Representation: Christina Campagnola - SpectreVision