J. S. Wolfe is a published author, professional editor, translator, and an experienced consciousness coach, with a specialty in character analysis.
As an independent linguist, she set up Involution Publishing based in Honolulu, Hawaii, and Egypt, through which she offers writing, translation, and editing services, as well as support for other authors.
She graduated from UCLA film school in 2003, and went on to work in the industry. Her film industry experience includes working with Cornelia and Martin Bregman (Scarface), Vincent Vieluf (Rat Race), and coaching Khaled Elsawy for Blue Elephant, Eyad Nassar for Moga Harra, and Afrah El Qobba among others.
Upon publication, her book, The Unfolding: A Journey of Involution, landed on the bestseller list at El Shorouk Bookstore. During Christmas time of 2021, she published a memoir called The Pathology of Innocence, and she plans to publish three more titles in 2022.
Thanks to curator Alejandro Beitler, she wrote press releases for international fine artists such as Susana Rodriguez (Argentina), John Silver (New York), and Miki (Japan) during her work at 48th Avenue Art Gallery in Manhattan.
Her articles appeared in The Village Voice, The New Yorker, and DAM
A renowned Meditation coach, she has worked with renowned TV personalities, including Amro Al Kahky (Al Nahar), Ahmed Fayek (Misr Tastatee3), and appeared with Ms. Essaad Younis and Rania Youssef on Sahibet El Sa3ada in an episode dedicated to the use of Meditation in coaching actors.
Her first high-profile client was Brannon Bragha, writer and producer of Star Trek during her studies at UCLA.
She worked as a script reader for Gross-Weston Productions, and was a PR assistant at Levine Communications, where she helped organize Bob Hope events, including The Bob Hope star on the Hall of Fame, and his Book Soup in Hollywood to commemorate his work.
She is passionate about true crime, personality disorders, consciousness, and shamanic medicine. She spent 20years researching criminal and sub-criminal psychopaths, narcissists, and other personality disorders by visiting inmates on death row in California, and various mental institutions, as well those free among us. Being a crime survivor herself, her work’s intention is to help save others from those engaging in modern day dehumanization.
Ms. Wolfe is committed to her healing journey, in order to be of better help to others on the path. Her message is, we are never alone if we know where to look.
Masks of Sanity Budget: $0 - $100K | Experimental ⋄ Crime "In the freedom from one thing, one becomes enslaved by another."