Jeanne is always working on poetry and always wants to be your friend.
After a decade in New York City riding the A train and a two-year stint in San Francisco riding the N Judah, to the Berkeley-bound BART, Jeanne now lives in Chicago with her love, Edmund—where the train is elevated above the ground, described only by primary colors and apartment decks are a thing of the everyday people.
During the day, Jeanne is the director of projects at a rad Chicago-based creative agency. Jeanne is passionate about aligning herself with creative projects that deal with the intersection of storytelling and design.
She thinks writing bios in the third-person is for the birds. You should probably just meet her over whiskey and ice. She's down.
“Before you judge this, think of her. Then think of fire. It’s laughter, the music of splintering beams and glass...” —Larry Levis