Director of photography and camerawoman on numerous feature films and documentaries, Jessica Servieres was also supervisor of the Arts, Sciences and technology Platform at the House of Social Sciences – Paris from 2013 to 2015. She is now a qualified member of the council for digital life in the Seine Saint-Denis. She had directed the documentaries: Ici, Tout le temps, about a shanty town in Marseille, south of France; Zaouia about trans ceremony in Algeria; Les Eaux de là, an immersive video installation in a public swimming pool.
She has a particular interest in the modern places that question the sense of belonging to a place and to an identity. With the collection MurMurs, she caught in several cities in the world, characters swallowed by the city, by the urbanism of « over-modernity ». The series titled Fleurs de Cité is about women, their perception and use of public space which she gives to show and ear in a urban route.
She develops her projects through the encounter with territory. In between collective and individual consciousness, with a view to reaching a lay audience and making them co-authors, she questions what makes common sense.