A multi-faceted singer and speaker, Jessamyn performs a wide variety of genres for audiences across the U.S. including musical theater, the Great American Songbook, and classical repertoire. Her career highlights include qualifying for the district finals of the Laffont Competition (Metropolitan Opera), releasing her debut album, earning a spot in the quarterfinals of the American Traditions Vocal Competition, singing as a featured soloist with the Indiana Wind Symphony for eleven seasons, touring the country as a speaker and singer with a Nashville-based organization called Love Good, performing as a young artist with the Ohio Light Opera for two seasons, and playing a variety of roles with IU Opera while studying voice at Indiana University, her favorite being Nellie Forbush in South Pacific.
When her 2020 plans came to a halt with the rest of the world, she turned to Facebook and YouTube to present a series of “Quarantine House Concerts” for hundreds of friends and family across the globe, taking requests for people’s most-loved show tunes and Sinatra favorites. In addition to performing, Jessamyn travels as a speaker to share her faith with women of all ages.
Jessamyn and her husband live in Columbia, TN with their daughter Guinevere. Off stage, you can find her enjoying outdoor walks, reading historical fiction, gathering with church friends, or baking in honor of her late mother, Beth.