"The process of making a photograph does not end after my finger is released from the shutter. For me, it is just the beginning".
An award-winning visual artist, Jennifer has for the last 20 years had her work exhibited throughout the United States, Asia and Europe. Her work has also been featured in Black & White Magazine and covered in many publications, including The New York Times.
Jennifer prefers working with alternative processes, favoring traditional hand-made Platinum and Palladium prints. Her new work combines photographs with encaustics a method of applying wax paint to a photograph after it’s printed to add a sculptural quality to the piece.
She continues her artistic journey moving to oil painting (images to come!) where her paintings display the same elusive, transient moments she experiences in life.
Born in New York City, she currently resides on Long Island with her husband and three children. She received her MFA from Long Island University.
In addition to her international exhibition experience, her work is part of the permanent collection of the Women’s Museum of Art in Abruzzo, Italy.