Jessyca Valdez

Jessyca Vianey Valdez Perez, a Mexican photographer with a unique and powerful mission. Originally from Toluca, Mexico, Jessyca traces her path into the world of photography 5 years ago, when her move to Jackson, Wyoming, ignited her creative flame to give voice to the silenced stories of the immigrant experience.

With solid training in advanced photography at UNAVID: School of Photography in Toluca, Mexico, Jessyca has honed her art to capture the very essence of life and humanity through her innovative and sensitive lens.

Committed to her community, Jessyca is featured as a JH Public Art Community Artist and has been recognized for her talent with support from the prestigious WESTAFF BIPOC Artist Fund and Arts for All. As a Voices Jackson Hole Community Mobilizer, Jessyca uses her art to create a positive impact and encourage diversity and inclusion in her environment.

Contributing her creativity in a multifaceted way, Jessyca also distinguishes herself with her organic art in the creation of masks and shampoos, demonstrating her versatility and commitment to sustainability and community well-being.

With a burning passion for empowering her Teton County community, Jessyca Vianey Valdez Perez is an inspiring force transcending the boundaries of art and photography, transforming lives and making a lasting impact through her creative work and passion. She also demonstrates her dedication by serving as a housekeeper, thus showing her commitment to hard work.