Jessie McNeil (b. 1987) is a Vancouver-based interdisciplinary artist. Her work contemplates human relationship to the “path” and how environments are constructed, navigated, and documented. Her work addresses themes of place and memory with an emphasis on cultural history, identity, and language. McNeil has exhibited locally and internationally since receiving her BFA in Visual Arts from Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Vancouver, in 2013. She completed an artist residency project in 2014 at the Estonian printing museum and studio Tartuensis. In 2015, McNeil won the Hnatyshyn Foundation’s William and Meredith Saunderson Prize for Emerging Artists, along with two other nominated Canadian artists. That fall, McNeil also received a Juror’s Choice Award at the Salt Spring National Arts Prize Exhibition. McNeil is represented by Elissa Cristall Gallery, Vancouver, and has works in the Vancouver Art Gallery’s Art Rental and Sales program as well as held in private and corporate collections throughout North America and Europe.