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I’m excited to share the work I’ve been doing for Haiti Babi, a Seattle-based company that employs women in Haiti at more than twice the minimum wage to knit & crochet luxury heirloom baby blankets & hats. Many of these women are the breadwinners in their family, and their employment enables them to keep and care for their children. One job at Haiti Babi creates six additional jobs in Haiti, as the women invest not only in their families but the local economy as well.

You can read more about Haiti Babi and how its founder, Katlin Jackson, created the company to help keep families together here.

  • DanJuly 2, 2015 - 6:32 pm

    Love it Jenny! I’ve been a fan of Haiti Babi since I first heard the concept. It’s so great that you’re making such beautiful things with them!

VSCO Seattle Guide

So excited to share this project I’ve been working on with Death Cab for Cutie and VSCO. Nick Harmer & I explored some of the band’s favorite hometown hangs for a VSCO Seattle Guide in conjunction with the release of their new album, Kintsugi, out now on Atlantic.

A huge thank you to the staff and management at Sonic Boom Records, Trading Musician, The Crocodile, Safeco Field  & the Washington State Department of Transportation.

Seattle with Death Cab for Cutie on VSCO Journal

  • JK BlackwellApril 8, 2015 - 7:52 pm

    Neat project – this is great!

Marita & Loren’s backyard wedding in Ferndale, WA is featured today on Offbeat Bride. Please head over to read the story of how they crafted this awesomely fun & thoughtful affair,  incorporating both their families and close knit queer/trans community in the event.

Photography by Jenny J // Makeup by Marita!  (She’s getting into the makeup biz! Contact me if you want to hire her.) // Dress & Facsinator by I Do Bridal // Alterations by Victoria’s Bridal Couture // Custom Earrings & Necklace by Dixie Darling // Loren’s wooden bowtie by Two Guys Bow Ties // Reception music by Amber Darland



Junebug has been so supportive of my career over the years.  I was flattered when they sent over a little interview, asking to feature some more background information about my work:

Read the full interview HERE.

  • joshFebruary 1, 2014 - 2:48 am

    what’s w/ the lirr & key life wisdom?

    who pays these people?

    great interview