Jessica Moazami is an American-born London stylist and writer with over 15 years of experience working for both British and American magazines and newspapers. After completing a BTEC National Diploma in Fine Arts & Design at Oxford Brooks University and a BA (Hons) degree in Contemporary Media Practice at the University of Westminster, Jessica interned at British Vogue, InStyle, Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan before landing her first job at the best-selling British newspaper, The Telegraph. From there her work grew to include producing and styling fashion shoots for many acclaimed publications such as The Times, Irish Tatler, In London and The City Magazine, to name but a few. Jessica has strong expertise in all aspects of international fashion journalism, including intelligent on-trend style features as well as developing conceptual and narrative themes for fashion shoots around the world. With nearly 10 years working for leading British fashion magazines she has developed her own unique aesthetic through her immersion in London lifestyle. Jessica’s passion for the industry also led her to launch her own personal fashion blog, Addictionsofafashionjunkie.com. Jessica moved back to the United States, bringing her unique fusion of American sportswear with eclectic British femininity with her. Now based in Chicago Jessica has a wide range of clients both commercial (Mario Tricoci Salon & Kohler) and editorial (Chicago Tribune & Today Chicago Woman) but also continues her freelance work for clients back in Great Britain.