Jessica Angela O’Neill (b.1999, Kingston, London) is a second generation Polak, and former student athlete at Wellington College. O’Neill found her artistic voice whilst studying BA (Hons) Photography at The University of Brighton, eliciting “my mission is to create striking visuals that will facilitate changed environmental behaviours”. O’Neill has a strong affiliation for the world’s oceans and her latest practice explores the ubiquitous nature of microplastics and the perpetuating doom that it promises. Since graduating with a First Class Honours Degree, she has exhibited at Photo London 2021, Photo Swindon 2021 and most recently, placed third in the international #CreateCOP26 competition. O’Neill is relentless with materials and her practice is ever-changing, becoming more sculptural and tangible. O'Neill currently lives and works in Brighton, U.K.