About Jess & Don’t Go Crazy

Jess, aka Jessica Morrison, is many things to many people including the founder of Don’t Go Crazy Inc, a crafty bastardess, a cynic, a lover, a fighter, a mom to many animals, and a pal.   She divides her life between art and business.

Jess grew up in Michigan and has lived in Providence and Dublin before settling in NYC in 2004.  She went to Brown University, Trinity College, Dublin and The Roeper School before kicking off a decade of experience working with online marketing, social media, and online strategy for publishers. Along the way she has come to focus on consulting for corporate clients and coaching for individuals in order to create thorough, consistent and sound marketing and internet strategies.

In 2013, Jess moved to Toronto where she entered a partnership running operations for TVPuppetree.

Jess is also an avid painter and sanity consultant, working to help others avoid common traps the brain likes to set.    The idea for Sanity Cards came to her while she was working as an independent contractor.  While developing the cards, her friends kept asking to buy her paintings, and so, Don’tGoCrazy was born.

In her spare time you can find Jess at the bookstore, Tim Horton’s or walking the dogs.

One response to “About Jess & Don’t Go Crazy

  1. Congrats on Freshly Pressed!

    I like what you had to say about keeping sane. I have constant sanity issue about ‘underemployment’ and the constant struggle to support myself during a change to peel off the stereotype Receptionist role I’ve taken on for jobs to Copywriter, social commentator, and creative person. I’ve been dealing with this for 4 years. I’m exhausted.

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