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You might have noticed that things look a little different around here! Over the past year, I’ve been working with two talented creatives to help launch the new JennyJ:

My new logo and collateral are the brainchild of Breanna Radermacher of Rowan Made. I chose Bre because of her thorough process of getting to know her clients & their brands, as well as her skilled communication style. I wanted to work with a designer who had fresh ideas, wasn’t afraid of going bold and was open to collaboration. Throughout the process, I felt heard and with each back & forth she presented an even better idea than the one before.

For the website, I decided to merge my portfolio with my years-full-of-content Prophoto  blog. I started looking for a custom Prophoto blogsite designer to create a bold grid design that had been banging around my head. Enter Rachel of Aniya Jade Design Studio. Rachel has created a handful of eye-catching turnkey templates for Prophoto and I was drawn to her minimal & modern aesthetic. Turns out she was a ton of fun to work with. She has a candid & upbeat way about her that made the whole experience joyful. It helped that we kept the same late-night hours, so when there was a question that needed clarification her response was almost immediate. I love the intuitive feel and flow of what we ended up with.

Please give the new site a spin and let me know what you think.



  • dan cumberlandMarch 9, 2015 - 5:48 pm

    Jenny! Love the new site. So fun. So you. Just wanted to say so. And say hi.



Dublin, CA

Daiva is a talented photographer in her own right. I’m flattered that she’d have me out to document her beautiful family & rambunctious pup, Nacho.

  • BuffyFebruary 19, 2015 - 9:48 pm

    That dog is totally a person. And your new site is rad!


I’ve been covering more rehearsal dinners lately, and love their casual intimacy. I get to meet family & close friends early which makes it easy to identify them later on, I can document toasts that aren’t covered on the wedding day and there’s a palpable energy anticipation of what’s to come. Everyone is excited and maybe just a little bit nervous. It’s different than the celebratory momentum of a reception. Ali & Conor chose the Chef’s Table, one of Local 360’s private dining rooms, where the candlelit tables create a warmth that really adds to the experience. It’s my favorite way to light a cozy family dinner. Event Planner: Married with Michelle

  • marymchenryJanuary 27, 2015 - 11:34 pm

    Sweet, happy, joyful. The BW one of them looking at each other is a fave.

  • Ali alhadeffJanuary 28, 2015 - 1:11 am

    Thank you for sharing our discuss days with us. You captured them beautifully!

  • JK BlackwellFebruary 11, 2015 - 5:42 pm

    Love this, Ms JJ xo


Really fun show last night at the Crocodile. Death Cab played three songs off of their forthcoming album, Kintsugi, and introduced the public to two new touring band members, Dave Depper & Zac Rae.