Grounded in the ideals of a counter-cultural past and freed from the forced constraints of a conventional camp experience, these photographs explore a society of teenagers empowered through otherwise impossible freedoms.
Jennifer Loeber (b.1973) was born raised in New York City and received her BFA in photography from Massachusetts College of Art. She has been exhibited widely, including the SCOPE Art Fair in New York City, The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Michael Mazzeo Gallery, The Humble Arts Foundation and the Emerging Photographers Auction at Daniel Cooney Gallery. Her work was included in the book The Collector’s Guide to Emerging Art Photography published by The Humble Arts Foundation and has been featured in publications such Guernica and GUP Magazine. She has received numerous honors and awards for her work including a Darkroom Residency at The Camera Club of New York (2011), Finalist in Photolucida’s Critical Mass (2011), Honorable Mention in CENTER’s 2010 Project Competition and inclusion in Review Santa Fe (2010). Jennifer currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.