Jen Johnson’s photographs are a contemplative inquiry into psychological space, place, memory, loss, and longing. She uses vintage lenses and long exposures to create dreamlike images exploring the beauty and complexity of the search for home in our ever-changing interior and exterior landscape. Jen’s images reflect the metaphorical way she sees the world as a visually impaired photographer.
Jen is a two time grant recipient from the North Carolina Humanities Council. Her photographs have been exhibited internationally and published on book and CD covers and in magazines. Collections of her images are held in corporate and academic settings and private collections. Jen earned an MFA in interdisciplinary arts from Goddard College and MS in counseling and MS in rehabilitation counseling from Georgia State University. She is a fine art photographer, mindfulness teacher, and psychotherapist in Wilmington, NC.
Jen’s work will be a part of an upcoming exhibit this fall along with artists, Bradley Carter and Elizabeth Singletary.