ARTPIL Profiles of the Arts
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Jennifer Emerling
photographer

Jennifer Emerling is a freelance photographer based out of Los Angeles, CA. After graduating college with a BA in Visual Journalism, she has traveled extensively throughout the United States documenting roadside Americana and small town life in the West.

An alumni of the Eddie Adams Workshop, she has also been recognized by the Women in Photojournalism Contest and was shortlisted by the Alexia Foundation. Her photography has appeared in multiple print and online publications worldwide, including American Photo Magazine which featured Jennifer as “One to Watch.”

The subjects in Jennifer’s photographs celebrate American folklore, whimsy, and escapism, as seen in her most recent project, “See America First!” which retraces road trips from her childhood and illustrates the present-day identity of tourism in the American West.

She was recently featured in The New York Times LENS series Highlighting Women in Photojournalism.

Jennifer Emerling
photographer

Jennifer Emerling is a freelance photographer based out of Los Angeles, CA. After graduating college with a BA in Visual Journalism, she has traveled extensively throughout the United States documenting roadside Americana and small town life in the West.

An alumni of the Eddie Adams Workshop, she has also been recognized by the Women in Photojournalism Contest and was shortlisted by the Alexia Foundation. Her photography has appeared in multiple print and online publications worldwide, including American Photo Magazine which featured Jennifer as “One to Watch.”

The subjects in Jennifer’s photographs celebrate American folklore, whimsy, and escapism, as seen in her most recent project, “See America First!” which retraces road trips from her childhood and illustrates the present-day identity of tourism in the American West.

She was recently featured in The New York Times LENS series Highlighting Women in Photojournalism.

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