Jenny Brover is a fine art photographer, focused on travel and documentary, in the New York City area. She has been working as a commercial photographer and graphic designer for the past decade. Travel, exploration, chance encounters and social issues are what inspire her personal work. Her most exciting exhibit thus far was at the town municipality in a Brazilian village, where she volunteered as an assistant photo teacher and English language teacher in 2009.


Exhibitions

2016
- JC Fridays event, solo exhibit This is Tradition: Photographs Across Italy at Prato Bakery, Jersey City, NJ
- Merseles Studios gallery, "Identity" group exhibit, Jersey City, NJ
- LITM gallery, "The Opposite of Hate" group exhibit, showing two images from Detained, Jersey City, NJ

2015  
MAITH (Music and Art Salon in The Heights), group exhibit, showing three images from This is Tradition, Jersey City, NJ

2009 
AEC-TEA association, solo exhibit Where Grass Doesn't Grow, Capim Grosso, Brazil

 

Education

2015
Photo documentary course with Natan Dvir at the International Center of Photography

2013
Workshop with Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb at Aperture Foundation

2005
Summer photography program at Charles University in Prague (one course with Craig J. Barber)

2002-2006
Bachelor of Fine Arts in photography, State University of New York (SUNY) at New Paltz

 

Volunteer

2015-2016
Photographer for First Friends of NJ/NY, a non-profit aiding undocumented immigrants in detention

2013
Photography teacher for children at Women in Need shelter in Brooklyn, NY

2009
Assistant photography teacher at AEC-TEA association in Capim Grosso, Brazil