Jennifer has been serving her clients with professional photography services for over twenty years since opening her studio in 1995 in Bristol, Rhode Island. She has over twenty-five years of professional experience and an extensive background in wedding and portrait photography specializing in journalistic photography. She received her bachelors’ degree from RI College and continued her education at the Rhode Island School of Design. In addition, she attends numerous classes, workshops and seminars to keep her photography skills current with today’s styles and cutting technology. Jennifer has earned the highest achievements and awards in the field of photography. These accolades are awarded based solely on the reviews of her clients. They include The Knot Magazine’s “Wedding Photographer of the Year” for nine years running. In addition she has been inducted into the Knot Magazine’s Hall of Fame. Jennifer has also been awarded the “Couples Choice Award” from Wedding Wire Magazine for the last four years running and is a two-time winner of “Best Photographer” in Rhode Island Monthly’s “Best Of,” statewide category. In 2016, Jennifer was named, “The Face of Rhode Island Wedding Photography” by Rhode Island Monthly Magazine. Jennifer is known for her creative talents that combine the modern with the traditional to create a masterpiece of art unique to each client. Her goal is to provide a personalized experience that captures lasting memories while remaining friendly and approachable. With a reputation for listening carefully to the needs of her clients, Jennifer’s attention to detail, vast experience and keen eye will enable her to photograph you, your family and friends in a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. Please enjoy her work and we look forward to hearing from you soon!
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