Hello, I'm Jess.

Jess Bartow is a still-life photographer and artist who has been working in commercial and product photography for more than 15 years.  She specializes in photographing jewelry, cosmetics and food. Early in her career she focused on photographing people and enjoys creating portraiture work as well.

 

Jess’ creative passion for photography led her to study photography, earning a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Photography from S.U.N.Y New Paltz. Her drive for wanting to share her love of photography to others led her to gain a Master’s of Teaching in Art Education from School of Visual Arts.

She currently resides in New York City, creating fine art photography while working in the commercial photography industry. She teaches workshops and private classes in order to share her love for the medium with others. When she is not working in the studio is is often found outside hiking, biking, camping or swimming at the beach.

Clients:

Getty Images

Macy’s

Kate Spade

Ghostop

15 Twenty Beauty

Vente Privee

Sandbox Studios

Jessica’s work has been featured in many juried local and national exhibitions.  Her work is also included in many private collections.

Publications:

​The Pulse Magazine

International Library of Photography

Best Photography Annual Photographer’s Forum Magazine

One Life Photos

Shows & Awards

 

Group Show, Plaxall Gallery, Long Island City, NY 2019
Group Show, Long Island City Arts, Long Island City, NY 2016 & 2018

Group Show, Pleasant View Art Festival, Sharon Springs, NY 2011

M.A.T. Exhibition, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY 2011

Group Show, Juried Exhibition, The Greenpoint Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 2011

Group Show, Sputnik, Brooklyn, NY June 2006

First Prize, 18th National Juried Exhibition, Barrett Art Center, Poughkeepsie, NY 2005

Thesis Exhibition, Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz, NY 2004

Private Collection, Opus 40, Saugerties, NY 2002

Juried Exhibition, Candace Perich Gallery, Katonah, NY 1998

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