Jessie Boylan is a photographer and videographer based in Melbourne, Australia. She has exhibited in several solo and group shows in Australia and internationally.
Jessie was a finalist in the Spirit of Youth Awards, 2009, the Josephine Ulrick & Win Schubert Photography Award, 2007 & 2009, the Head On Alternative Portrait Awards, 2009 & 2010, and the Friends of the Earth International Photography Competition, 2009.
Jessie aims to highlight the ongoing legacy of the nuclear age, as well as the ongoing impacts of mineral exploitation, displacement, conflict, trauma and violence. Jessie also produces a weekly half hour radio segment for 3CR 855am called 'The Radioactive Show' – which covers nuclear issues in Australia and Internationally. She has also done stints in journalism, writing for the Inter Press Service in Africa and Australia. Jessie is a member of the Atomic Photographers Guild which is made up of 26 members world-wide, who aim to render visible all aspects of the nuclear age. Jessie does multimedia work for the Mineral Policy Institute, who investigate the social and environmental impacts of mining in Australia and the Pacific. Jessie is currently represented by Obscura Photos.