Jennifer has more than 35 years of experience shooting for publications, hospitals, schools, design firms, nonprofits, foundations, businesses, and individuals all over the world. She especially loves shooting portraits, both on location or in her Baltimore City studio. She also writes and photographs for projects that advocate for better lives for people with disabilities. Her clients have included:
The Baltimore Museum of Art
The New York Times Magazine
The Washington Post Magazine
The London Sunday Times
The Iceland Review
The Maryland Institute, College of Art
Moore College of Art
St John’s College
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Johns Hopkins Children’s Center
The Children’s Inn at The National Institutes of Health
National Public Radio
The Internal Revenue Service
The Conservation Foundation and World Wildlife Fund
The Maryland Developmental Disabilities Council
Maryland State Arts Council Awards, 2012, 1993, & 1989.
TASH Positive Images in the Media award, 2011.
Arc of Maryland Outstanding Advocate of the Year, 2010.
Arc Award of Excellence, 2007.
Governor’s Citation for creating Maryland’s 1st Heart Gallery, 2006.
Adoption Visionary Award, 2005, MD Dept of Human Resources Social Services Administration.
Recipient, Baltimore City Arts grants, 1991, 1989, & 1987.
Featured, American Photography 11, 1994.
Society of Newspaper Design Award of Excellence, 1993.
Featured, Shots magazine, 1991.
Communication Arts Photography Award, 1991.
Society of Publication Designers Award for Photojournalism, 1990.
Society of Professional Journalists Outstanding Achievement Award, 1987.
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