Jassy Earl is a photographer, videographer, facilitator and performance maker based in Glasgow. Working across fields which include performance, music, visual art, architecture and community based projects; she photographs people, places and happenings. 

At the core of her practice is a sensitivity to narrative, storytelling and connection as well as an ongoing consolidation of a multi-disciplinary vocabulary across visual art and performance. Her approach is rooted in being part of something, making relationships with others and telling a unique tale, with a particular aesthetic of warmth and simplicity. 


v. intr. feeling the tranquil pleasure of being near a gathering but not quite in it—hovering on the perimeter of a campfire, chatting outside a party while others dance inside, resting your head in the backseat of a car listening to your friends chatting up front—feeling blissfully invisible yet still fully included, safe in the knowledge that everyone is together and everyone is okay, with all the thrill of being there without the burden of having to be.

To discuss a commission, or just to say hello, you can find me at [email protected]