Jessica Holmes is a freelance writer and editor who has been professionally entrenched in the art world for more than sixteen years. Her work encompasses reviews, interviews, blog posts, exhibition catalogue texts, chronologies, and historical biographies. She composes quality writing and provides editorial direction tailored to the individual needs of her many clients, who run the gamut from artists, curators, and writers to galleries, museums, auction houses, and art advisors. Jessica was the longtime deputy director of the Calder Foundation, and has lectured at museums throughout the United States and abroad on twentieth-century sculptor Alexander Calder’s life and work. She has also contributed to numerous exhibition catalogues devoted to the artist, including the primary texts published in Calder 1941 (Pace Gallery 2011) and Simplicity of Means: Calder and the Devised Object (O’Hara Gallery 2007). She holds a BA in both art history and history from the University of Rochester, and an MFA in art criticism and writing from the School of Visual Arts. Raised in Peekskill, New York, she lived for many years in Manhattan before settling in New Jersey, where she resides with her family.