Jessica Driscoll is a fashion designer with a focus on leather work. She owns VOID Leather, a minimalist leather goods brand, and creates clothing collections under the name VOID Atelier as her creative outlet.
Jessica began sewing as a child, but never considered it as a career path until a few family members encouraged her to take a fashion design summer class at Columbus College of Art & Design. During this class, she was very inspired by the energy and atmosphere of the campus. By the time she graduated in 2014 Jessica knew she wanted to pursue building a brand, which became VOID Leather. However, she still wanted to utilize her clothing design skills too, so she began a tradition of creating a clothing collection every year. With every collection, Jessica tries something new or adds a challenge- be it designing her own fabric prints, using as few different fabrics as possible, or even using almost no fabric at all.
Her collections and leather goods have been featured in the CCAD Senior Fashion Show, HighBall Halloween, Alternative Fashion Week (2015-2019), and the Columbus Book Project.