2015 - Present
Workshop Instructor, Mono No Aware, Brooklyn, NY
Direct Filmmaking Animation
Cyanotype 16mm Filmmaking

2016 - 2018
Teaching Artist, The Little Animation Studio, Brooklyn, NY
Stop-Motion Animation, K-9th grade


BFA, Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Studio for Interrelated Media




Jess Lynch is a visual artist and experimental filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY. Much of her film works evolve out of direct experimentation with found materials and are non-narrative, visceral, painted, cut-up, deconstructed, and often silent. She is interested in the moving image as a medium for directly touching the unconscious mind and affecting states of consciousness by literally changing how we normally see things. Many finished works become raw material for live video mixing in collaboration with musicians and other artists.

Jess holds a BFA from the Studio for Interrelated Media at Massachusetts College of Art and Design and has exhibited her work at numerous film festivals, galleries, and DIY venues.


(Forthcoming) Bailout Theater screening, Judson Memorial Church. New York, NY

MONO SELECTS: 2018, NewFilmmakers Special Program, Anthology Film Archives. New York, NY

Montevideo Cine Experimental, film festival. Montevideo, Uruguay

The Screening Room Film Festival, Hygienic XXXIX Winter Arts Festival. New London, CT

Summer Projections: Cuban and Foreign Shorts, presented by ARTHAUS LAB and MONO NO AWARE. Havana, Cuba

DOBRA Internacional de Cinema Experimental Festival, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Figment Festival, organized participatory workshop with The Little Animation Studio to make a collective film, A Brief History of Governor's Island. Governor's Island, NY


MONO X: MONO MADE, 2009-2016, screening with Filmmaker Q&A, BRIC Media Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY

Bushwick Arts Festival, gallery event at Catland Books. Brooklyn, NY

Billboard Art Project, stills from Miasma. Salem, Oregon

Three Minute Film Festival, Santa Fe, NM
Boston Cyberarts Festival, Pozen Center, Boston, MA

MassArt Invades the Armory: An Evening of Static and Time-Based Works by Students and Boston Area Artists. Arts at the Armory, Somerville, MA