From a young age I have had a special fascination with the printed page. Now, as a sophomore studying graphic design at California Institute of the Arts and as the part-time graphic designer for Grace Books International, my interest in the literary world has only increased exponentially. My love for literature has always fueled my creative work, and most recently it has been inspiring my photographic endeavors in providing the perfect platform for visual story telling.
At the heart of most of my design work is my passion for photography. So far I have found it to be my biggest selling point so to speak, and I like to think that what catches peoples’ eyes is the passion that lines my images. When I’m not slaving over graphic design, I love to take pictures, indulge in a good read, pay too much money for tapas, stalk food trucks, and travel the world. My work has been featured on Urban Outfitter's blog, Flickr Explore, and contracted by RISD (Rhode Island School of Design) for their 2013 Continuing Education Summer Studies marketing campaign, featuring it on the brochure/poster-mailers as well as on the front cover of the course catalog. Most recently Johns Hopkins contacted me for the use of one of my images in their upcoming issue of Imagine magazine available this summer digitally and in print.
Thank you for checking out my work! ‘Gram me @jennyearnest to see more!