Meet Jessica

Jessica has something to prove. She is determined to show others that anything can be achieved once you set your mind to it.
Jessica Irwin was born with a high level of cerebral palsy, together with an equally high level of self-determination and raw talent, she has excelled in achieving her goal of establishing and operating a commercial photography, website and graphic design business.

Jessica strongly believes in the ability to learn from everyone you meet.

“Each of us has a unique skill set. If you sit down, watch and listen to someone you will take away something that you might not have gained if you had never met.”

In 2007 Jessica was introduced to renowned photographic artist Ken Duncan. Impressed with the high standard of her work and commitment to her art, Ken invited her to work at his “Created for Life” studios on the Central Coast of NSW. Jessica worked with Ken for six years.

Discovering her love for live music in 2012 Jessica embarked down the road of event photography, Jessica is extremely lucky to have been taken under the wing of Australia’s raw music legend Steve Balbi (Noiseworks, Mi-Sex, Black Rainbow). Her talent has been recognised by being invited to photograph on the red carpet for the ARIA Music Awards.

Jessica then crossed paths with Dr Jordan Nguyen at a keynote presentation. Jordan later attended a few music gigs with Jessica and it wasn’t long before Jordan realised he had to get her on the stage playing music.

2016, saw her play the first eye controlled instrument created by Psykinetic, alongside the Australian Piano Quartet at the Opera House. The first of many performances!

Jessica now works for Psykinetic as a website designer, keynote speaker, photographer and musician.
Dare to live outside the box! Achieve the things that nobody thought you could.