Jessa is a writer and poet, but above all, a storyteller.
Her blog houses poetry and essays on sustainable style, freelance and motherhood.
Through her writing endeavors, she has worked with local and global brands such as Carnegie Museum of Art, TRYP Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville, Pittsburgh Opera, Cartier, Earth Brands and George Dickel Tennessee Whisky.
Jessa lives in Pittsburgh with her husband, Ben, daughter, Louise and their pup, Opal. She wears the same rings every day, believes anything secondhand has a good story to tell and likes her whiskey straight up.
This Pittsburgh visual artist pours thought and life experience into her hand-cut metal jewelry.
Whether it’s signing up for a newsletter, a donation of time or social media engagement, there is no better time to back our LGBTQIA+ community.
Pittsburgh neighbors are gifting their extra things to one another in hyper-local gift economies. Here’s how to find your own ‘Buy Nothing’ Facebook group.
Knoerzer’s virtual wine classes and approachable outlook on wine invites Pittsburghers to embrace the typically perceived haughty drink.
You don’t have to go to the museum to get an art museum experience. Here is a look at some of the Virtual Pittsburgh museum collections you might not know about.
A trio of Carnegie Mellon students are raising money for causes aligned with the Black community. 100% of proceeds go to Pittsburgh organizations.
Local art is needed now more than ever. Here are five online spaces where you can purchase artwork from Pittsburgh-based artists.
YEAHYELHSA studio and Instagram by local, independent illustrator, Ashley Olinger, will lift your spirits and encourage you to create yourself.
The love of creative possibility with discarded denim is only exceeded by the love and admiration Louise and Sarah have for one another.