Click to preview Deconstructing Me
a book of self portraits photo book


About the Author

Jennifer Bracewell

Jennifer Bracewell is a native of the San Francisco Bay Area and grew up in a creative, musical environment. She is a mother, an artist, a photographer, an iPhoneographer, and music lover. Much of Jennifer’s work is an exploration of self and image: the manipulation of self-portraits to bring out elements of humor, angst and beauty. Her other works are an eclectic mix of country shots, animals, and captures of ephemeral moments in everyday life.
Her images have been featured and displayed at Pixels at an Exhibition, a site of record for the iphoneographic community where she was featured artist for July, 2011 as well as other sites like Mashable , featured artist on Iphoneogenic in September, 2011, and the major iphoneographic blogs such as Life in Lofi, Iphoneography and Fotogriphone. Her work was recently featured in an article about iphoneography in the Sydney Morning Herald.
She has had several gallery shows worldwide and more exciting things to come!

Publish Date  December 09, 2011

Dimensions  Small Square  102 pgs   Standard Paper

Category  Arts & Photography

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RegiB says

This is a beautiful book! It never fails to amaze me how the iPhone is able to empower an artist! Your book is incredibly artistic! I can't wait to get my iPad to store your ebook on it, lovely!! (Ps followed a mention of you on the Appwhisperer from tutorial of tangent app).

posted at 08:13pm Jul 16 PST


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