Jessica Hubbard Marr is a specialist in photographic imagery with a focus on photography from Latin America. She earned her M.A. in the History and Theory of Photography from Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London/University of Manchester in 2011 and her B.A. in English Literature from Kenyon College in 2005.
She has worked as a writer, editor, researcher and consultant for a myriad of international photography and fine art professionals. Since 2010, she has worked as both a writer and researcher for TransGlobe Publishing in London, exploring contemporary photography and art in such diverse locations from the Middle East to Brazil. Her most recent publication entitled A Glimpse Into Enduring Moments was featured in the exhibition catalogue of photographer Nadja Massun whose solo exhibition, Alice in the Land of Zapata, was on display at the Hungarian House of Photography in Budapest in 2012.
Based between Mexico City and Oaxaca, Marr works with contemporary photographers in both Mexico and Latin America and is currently working on an upcoming major publication about contemporary art in Mexico.