Jean Estene as Cleo Hargrove in “GOAT” (written by Jean Estene). This centers a woman in a police hearing.
Jean Estene as mutant-politician Jean Grey in Marvel’s “X-Men.”
Jean Estene as Cora Tanetti in USA’s “The Sinner.” This is about a woman who has been arrested for murdering a man on a beach.
Jean Estene as Marnie Michaels in HBO's "Girls," as she engages in a rather awkward conversation with her ex boyfriend, Charlie.
Jean Estene as Betty and Beth in “NUMB” (written by Jean Estene). This centers a woman with multiple personality disorder.
Jean Estene in “Installation 01.” This is a segment of a larger film called, “Skin” - written by Jean Estene.
shot in Los Angeles. styled and curated by me.
"on..." (a compilation of concepts)
This is a self-discovery arthouse book. A compilation of concepts and a reference point to the notion of thought.
"This is not a self help book.
I have created this project as a reference point to the notion of thought - and an assertion to the act of synchronizing our thoughts and actions. I emphasize the word action because I am sure that we can all attest to the fact that undergoing the process of introspection (or finding yourself) without jointly committing to a corresponding application of knowledge is both bottomless and seedless.
In this work we discover our purpose, examine the way that our actions act as a liaison to manifest our purposes and the means through which we utilize what we have to enhance the world in which we reside. We will refer to this process as PDF (Purpose, Delivery, Function).
With that said..
I invite you to be anything but practical.
Here is your "allotted safe space."
*All images were curated by me, Jean Estene.
shot + styled by Ecem Becerikli
I have recently released my first novel, (aforementioned sentiments). Through my observations, thoughts and musings, I have developed this collection of fictional poems + anecdotes. All works have been handwritten or recorded and transcribed by me.
styled by me. shot in Berlin, Germany by Danielle Boyd.
curated by me, shot in Berlin by Danielle Boyd