Jessica Cardelucci, a California-based photographer, creates evocative black and white photographs illuminating the ever-changing tides of life. Her work offers a profound understanding and connection to each subject, this artistic approach not only reflects her personal heritage but also invites contemplation of the human experience.

Her approach to photography in the digital age involves minting her digital images on the blockchain, recording them as original one-of-a-kind works of art. Complementing her digital creations, handmade platinum editions are introduced as meticulously crafted counterparts of the original digital works, emphasizing the coexistence of digital and traditional mediums. Her work bridges the gap between the rich traditions of the past and the boundless possibilities of the future.

Cardelucci received a BFA from Chapman University majoring in Graphic Design. Her images have received recognition in the IPA Int'l Photography Awards, Black & White Spider Awards, and Neutral Density Photography Awards. Her work has been exhibited by New Museum Los Gatos (NUMU), Center for Photographic Art, Griffin Museum of Photography, John Wayne International Airport, W1Curates London, Community Art Project Laguna Beach, and the National Park Service at Point Reyes National Seashore.