Jennifer Gleason is a digital artist/photographer operating in Virginia and Georgia. She has a BFA degree in Digital Photographic Imaging. Her passion lies in bringing dreams into reality through visual storytelling using conceptual surrealism, photo manipulation and heavily staged scenes as her typical medium. She creates images of a personal nature consisting of self-portraits bearing a deeply metaphorical message pertaining to personal growth through adversity.
Currently, Jennifer's art is displayed at the Stravitz Gallery in Virginia Beach, VA, the Multiple Exposures Gallery in Alexandria, VA, Utopia Feni Gallery, Virginia Beach as well as On The Hill Galleries and Gallery at York Hall in Yorktown, VA. Other galleries to have displayed her work include, WCA-Colorado, Denver, CO, Del Ray Artisans Gallery, Alexandria, VA, The Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Atlanta, GA, The Art Works Gallery, Richmond, VA, The Charles H Taylor Gallery, Hampton, VA, the Cobalt Gallery, Hampton, VA, The Little Theatre Norfolk, Norfolk, VA, the Utopia Feni Gallery, Virginia Beach, VA and the Art Institute Gallery, Virginia Beach, VA. In January of 2016, St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Porstmouth, VA commissioned her to photograph their church and organ for the February 2016 issue of trade publication, American Organist Magazine in an advertisement for Viscont Organs (See St. Pauls in Architecture/Structure). Jennifer recently held a solo exhibition of 20 pieces, "Projections and Dreamscapes," at FMC Garden Cafe in Norfolk, VA April 2016.
She is not only a photographer but a mixed media artist with a passion to create her own props and/or head dresses to further develop concepts and exercise her other artistic abilities.
If you would like to have your dreams unfold before you through stunning portraiture, Jennifer Gleason is available for commissioned portrait work as well as photo editing assignments. Please contact her for rates and booking.
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“Ultimately photography is about who you are. It’s the truth in relation to yourself. And seeking truth becomes a habit.” – Leonard Freed
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