UCLA Animation Workshop | Jacqueline Barnes
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Jacqueline Barnes

Jacqueline C. J. Barnes creates worlds that reflect our current society through a fantastical lens. She is a storyteller that engages with different forms of escapist media such as animations, speculative fiction, video games, and graphic novels. She also deals with creating different forms of representation within these mediums in terms of race, gender, and sexuality. JCJB’s work stems from a personal need to see herself and others represented positively in a fun and engaging way.

Interdisciplinary at heart, she believes there is no one tried and true way to tell a story, and often employs different mediums in her work. Whether it be through word processing programs, panels and comics, or the in-betweens in an animation, JCJB finds the many facets of storytelling fun to explore. Currently, she is working on exploring the different facets of black fantasy and developed a new term: PhantaNoir, in order to contextualize that work.