J.L. Marlor a freelance genre-bending composer and performer, known for her accessible narrative-based scores and commitment to radical art. Recently, Tenor Ryan Zettlemoyer premiered her work, 45/140 , a grotesque anti-ode to our Cheeto in Chief using exclusively the words disseminated through his twitter. Her opera ISKRA, detailing the coal protests of the turn of the century, won the Stoop Adesso prize. In 2016, Jessica was the first recipient of the Da Camera Singers Young Composers Competition. They premiered her piece, Our Flawed Garden, based on the poetry of Sylvia Plath this January. Jessica is a student of Virgil Thompson Prize winner, Kate Soper.