“A portrait is not made in the camera but on either side of it.” – Edward Steichen

 

Bio

Jennifer Lynn was born and raised in Rochester NY. She attended the undergraduate program at The College at Brockport while also studying and taking classes at The Visual Studies Workshop.  In 2008, she spent time abroad studying in Manchester U.K. at Manchester Metropolitan University. Jennifer then moved to Kingston NY to participate in the work exchange program at the Center for Photography at Woodstock. During this time she started work for the Photographer & Artist John Dugdale and helped him in creating a School for 19th c. photography as the Program Coordinator. In addition to making her own work, Jennifer currently works in the studios of established artists in the Hudson Valley and also works as a commissioned portrait artist.

Most currently Jennifer's work has been featured in A-B Journal and was selected by Sasha Wolf for the 2014 CPW Fellowship Fund Award.

  In the field with my 4x5 Camera

  In the field with my 4x5 Camera