Jazz and Camille Desmond for MeUndies

2022 Valentines Match Me billboard campaign; La Cienega Blvd. in the Beverly Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles. 
Jazz and Camille Desmond for MeUndies 2022 Valentines Match Me billboard on La Cienega Blvd. in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles.

Trailer for 'Gone Postal', coming in Spring 2022

jez.who sings backup for New York City gay icon Boy Radio at the Leslie Lohman Museum in Manhattan for the 2017 edition of this Gay Times presentation powered by ASOS.




@jez.who Shout out to dj Dia for making a dream come true #indieartists #radiomusic #AEHolidayForever ♬ original sound - jez.who

Private Playlist: jez.who shares music for empathy and affirmation Mar. 26, 2021 Photo: Camille Desmond / Illustration: Brian Vu
Private Playlist is a listening session with Southern California’s most notable musical figures in their private creative environments. jez.who is a Brooklyn-born writer, producer, photographer, and mental health advocate. A student of musical theater, they spent their early years as a cabaret performer in New York while pursuing work in film and TV. Moving to LA in 2018, they began self-producing music at home, releasing the "Peppapot" EP in August 2020. Inspired by their love of message-oriented club divas like Crystal Waters, CeCe Peniston, and Barbara Tucker, the EP also soaks in trip-hop, R&B, and electro influences. jez.who released a new single, "older with time," in March 2021. For this edition of Private Playlist, jez.who speaks about empathy and affirmation through their love of Celia Cruz, A Tribe Called Quest, and more.




Jazz Desmond, PKA jez.who, converted 10 years of formal training in musical theatre, cabaret performance and classical voice; performances at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Don't Tell Mama's; bookings on Pose, Orange Is The New Black; and the vocal power required for stage productions of the classics to produce his debut EP Peppapot as jez.who in August 2020. jez.who is a 28 year-old transgender multidisciplinary artist from Brooklyn, New York. Today, Jazz resides in California, where he produces art and music inspired by his Black queer experience.