I believe that my role as an artist is to confront and question. I feel that humans have obligations to animals and to the environment. I hope my art can make the viewer see animals as individuals, and to be mindful of our carbon footprint.
Jada Fabrizio, born in Far Rockaway, New York, is a contemporary visual artist whose work invites reflection through the stories they tell. She studied graphic design at The School of Visual Arts and photography at the International Center for Photography, both in New York City. Jada’s work incorporates photography, sculpture, diorama, and toys; her main themes being feminism, animal rights, and interpersonal relationships. Jada emphasizes the importance of triggering emotional responses: "By suggesting a story, it allows others to personally feel the photograph, and experience their own reality through them."