You’re never too old to Jump for Joy! Thanks for the reminder Jane Brown!

Jane Brown photographed by Eyoalha Baker for Jump for Joy Photo project and Palm Springs Artist Residency

We met Jane and her daughter Susannah in Cathedral City near the Pickford Theatres. We found this beautiful spot in the arches of the building and the jumping began.

I was astounded to learn that Jane is 93 years old! I’m so pleased that she came out to play, and share her joy with us. Getting to capture an adventurous and agile woman with so many years of life experience was humbling. I’m inspired and hope to be as active and open to fun and silly experiences when I make it to her age.

Jane is living proof that you’re never too old to jump for joy!

Get to know Jane a little more:

Q: What inspires you to jump for joy?
That I have three wonderful daughters and great friends.

Q: What was your experience doing the jumping photos?
Delighted that I was able to be a part of the project.

Q: How do you describe the feeling of joy?
To see the happiness of others makes life worth living.

Q: What is your greatest passion in life?
To play golf, gardening and entertaining.

Q: How do you feel about being part of a community project that promotes joy?

Q: Mini bio or something special you want to share.
I am from Oregon where I have lived all my life raising my family with my husband.

FB page: Jane Brown


Thank you to the Palm Springs Cultural Center inviting me to be your first Artist in residence and bringing the Jump for Joy Photo Project to the Coachella Valley.

If you live in the Coachella Valley and would like more info on the project, or would like to take part, email us:


Follow Jump for Joy on:
Instagram: @jumpforjoyphotoproject
Twitter: @jumpforjoyphoto
Facebook: /JumpForJoyPhotoProject


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