Jessica is designer from the United States with an educational and professional background in textiles. In 2012 she moved to the Netherlands to pursue a Masters degree at the Design Academy Eindhoven and to start a new path as a designer. Inspired by the shared pattern language between the human body and textiles, she developed a software program that connects controlled body movement to graphic pattern generation through live animation, and a textile technique that materializes these patterns into dimensional fabrics and end-products. The process itself mimics the rhythmic processes of textile making and engages the user in mind-body connectivity. With this system, she looks forward to an exciting future which challenges our current design methods and use of industrial production.