About Angela Jimenez Photography
Angela Jimenez is an experienced documentary photojournalist, experienced in visually communicating complex human stories with emotion and intelligence. A long-time regular contributor to The New York Times and The Newark Star-Ledger, and a contract photographer with the Getty Images creative department, Angela is available for documentary & portrait editorial assignment work. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (BA cum laude English Literature & American Culture) and the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism (MA photojournalism) she is based in her studio at The Brooklyn Arts Exchange in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Angela Jimenez Photography provides documentary photojournalism and video storytelling for non-profit organizations, NGOS and corporate clients around the world, as well as photography & video coverage of party, benefit, fund-raising, award, performance, activist, gala, cultural, memorial and public relations events for non-profit, private and corporate clients in the New York City area and beyond.
Angela brings her years of documentary experience to her wedding and portrait photography, where her unique style and fresh approach provides delighted clients with professional and beautiful results.
Her work has been exhibited widely and been honored by the Magenta Foundation, New York Press Photographer's Association, Review Santa Fe, the Communication Arts Photo Annual and supported by grants from The Alexia Foundation student award and The Puffin Foundation. She was chosen as a finalist for Photolucida Critical Mass and the Robert Giard Memorial Fellowship and as a semi-finalist for the Duke Center for Documentary Studies/Honickman First Book Prize prize. Angela's work is part of the permanent collection of the Leslie Lohman Museum for Gay & Lesbian Art.
Welcome Home: Building the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival, her first book project, was published in August, 2009.