After training as a dancer for two years, Jessie ran away to join Zippos travelling circus school, The Academy of Circus Arts, for a season, where she learnt to perform static trapeze and Spanish web. After a brief one-month stay at the University of Cambridge, studying music, she left to continue her true love - circus - and joined the training course at The Circus Space in London. There, she took up hula-hooping and co-founded the hula-hoop company Hoop La La with friends Craig and Tina, whilst developing her aerial skills on both swinging and static trapeze. The company won a GOP variety prize for comedy at the 'Sol y Circo' circus competition and appeared on the last ever Blue Peter to be filmed in the London BBC centre. Jess' act reached the semi finals of Britain's Got Talent 2008, and Jess also holds no less than three guinness world records in hula hooping.
Drawing on all her skills, Jessie now works in a variety of different fields within the performing arts, from circus to TV, cabaret to workshops, and is constantly looking to expand her horizons. She currently performing mainly doubles trapeze, hula hoop and a new acrobatic roller skating act - one of the few acts of its kind to performed by two girls in the world!