I have had a life-long interest in photography. I completed four years at Art School studying Graphic design to Diploma standard. I gained an Associate membership of the Typographical Society through a competition. I was shortlisted to ten runners up nationally for the Royal Society of Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA) for an art piece. I completed a 4 year combined honors degree in French and Fine Art at Exeter University, UK.
With my French and Fine Art degree I chose to focus on photography and my main final project was on the study of Love and what that means. I gained a first in that final piece, which looked at the love present in different relationships between people. Part of my year abroad I was at Nantes École de Beaux Arts where I completed a dissertation on a comparative study on newspaper journalism. I became very interested in photojournalism. I trained as newspaper photographer at local newspapers for six months and then news and sports agencies.
I gained the industry recognized NCTJ certificate in Press photography in Sheffield, then worked freelance in Press and PR with a small amount of weddings through clients and agencies.
I have been published in The Times, Daily Express amongst other national and local magazines and web news agencies. I am a member of the NUJ and EPUK.
I have a passion for photography and prefer to work in an unobtrusive way. I currently work freelance for press and PR and for the weddings I continue to shoot in a photojournalistic style. I have my own personal photographic projects that I am pursuing which involves nature and animals.
Award Winning Photos
The Wedding Photojournalist Association proudly recognizes the accomplishments and creative excellence of Jenny. The following awards have been earned by Jenny from the WPJA. These achievements come with great merit considering the high level of competition that a member faces in the contests.
There is almost always one or more moments to be found in the context of a brief passage of time. The opening of this door, the opened door and finally the interaction of those within and outside the door are all elements of an “extended moment,” one that spans each in time. But, needless to say, this is an immaculate moment with an entreaty for us to examine it both as it is and through the many doors of our own human experience.