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Jen Campbell, born in 1977, moved from Tucson, AZ to New York City in 1996.

While studying Art History at Columbia University, she wrote her senior thesis on the Family of Man photography exhibition under Post-Modernists Rosalind Krauss and Benjamin Buchloh. As a student, Jen further developed her photography background by obtaining internships at the Howard Greenberg Gallery, Interview Magazine, the Michele Filomeno Agency, the Pace/MacGill Gallery, and the Center for Creative Photography. After graduating, she did curatorial work for traveling exhibitions in Germany: Paul Klee: 1933 and Grotesk!.

Jen began to concentrate on fashion in 2001, while working at the fashion photography gallery Staley+Wise and at the Condé Nast Photo Archives. She also began working as a photo assistant in 2002. From 2002 to 2004, Jen worked as a Production Manager for Creative Director Fabien Baron at Baron & Baron, a creative and advertising agency. From 2004 through 2006, Jen gained global and industry exposure working as a photo assistant for renowned fashion photographers, including Craig McDean, Fabien Baron, Collier Schorr, Jenny Gage & Tom Betterton, Carlos Serrao, Timothy White, Dusan Reljin, and Stéphane Sednaoui, among others.

Since going out on her own as a fashion and portrait photographer, Jen’s work has been featured in publications in the United States, Europe, South Africa, and Australia, including Big Magazine, Details, L’Officiel, GQ, Metal, Let Them Eat Cake, And Men, and Mother Magazine.

Jen currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.