Janna Jensen is a photographer whose pieces have been widely exhibited in museums, galleries, and art collections throughout the USA, Europe, and Asia. Over the past two decades, both her fine-art and commercial work have been regularly featured in the world media. She is known as The Golden Hour Goddess and The Light Wrangler for her mastery of natural light photographic techniques and often teaches these principles at trade events and workshops around the globe.
Jensen’s distinctive vision fuses traditional photographic techniques with modern imagery to create an intricate balance of contemporary creativity.
Within the confines of a frame, I try to capture a world that is undeniably distinct from the one we occupy. I create images that call attention to things that other people tend to overlook. This exploration of the unnoticed helps me engage more deeply with where I am in space and time. It is my goal through photography to make beautiful that which others fail to notice or even find disturbing, to create something elegant and magnetic in the mundane.
In my work, the passage of time and the inevitability of endings are active underlying themes, and those moments lost to memory provide me with the greatest inspiration. However, these concepts are more than merely thematic within my work; they also inform the techniques and processes I employ.