"The process of making a photograph does not end after my finger is released from the shutter. For me, it is just the beginning".
Jennifer is an award-winning visual artist with a career spanning over 25 years. Her work has been exhibited in various countries within the United States, Asia, Russia, and Europe. She has received recognition in publications such as Black & White Magazine and The New York Times. Jennifer's artistic focus is on capturing the transient moments that compose life.
One of her distinctive preferences is working with alternative photographic processes, particularly traditional hand-made Platinum and Palladium prints. These processes involve using precious metals to create exquisite archival prints. Furthermore, Jennifer incorporates encaustics into her new work, which involves applying wax paint to a photograph after it's printed. This adds a sculptural quality to her pieces, making her art even more unique.
Jennifer was born in New York City and currently resides on Long Island, where she obtained her MFA (Master of Fine Arts) from Long Island University. In addition to her extensive exhibition history, her work is part of the permanent collection at the Women's Museum of Art in Abruzzo, Italy, as well as various corporate and personal collections.