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Hi, I'm Jenny and I officially started my photo business in 2005. I began taking pictures in 1986. My high school math teacher mixed the chemicals and provided direction, minimal, but I fell in love immediately. Professionally, I have worked since 1994 taking portraits of children, families and events.


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Bob Flack

23 July 2018

Thanks for helping us at the Mass+Main Groundbreaking. Your photographs are wonderful!

Bob Flack, Twining Properties

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I have always been drawn to human behavior and with photography I get to watch and capture just the right moments and connections between people.

I am an artist and photography is a special relationship which I choose to pursue with my client base that matches with my unique style.

I am very easy going, friendly and make all guests feel happy and comfortable. I listen to my clients needs and I am great with people of all ages. And pets. :)


Big Picture Art House offers photo and film classes for 11-15 year olds (unless otherwise noted) in Boston over school vacations. Class sizes are kept small at about 7, and run by founder, photographer Jennifer Connelly. DSLR cameras are provided to students by the program. The city is our playground. We travel freely around in the Big Picture Van to all our field trips. Students get 1-on-1 attention from 20 year photo veteran, and working photographer, Jennifer Connelly.

NATURAL EXPRESSIONS....REAL MOMENTS....ARTISTIC FRAMEWORK EXPRESSIONS: Jenny's fun disposition puts people at ease, allowing her to get natural expressions. She loves children, and feels quite at home goofing around to capture all those giggly shots that make parents smile. MOMENTS: Jenny photographs all your "don't miss" shots, as well as the amusing, spontaneous interactions that happen in between. The essence and spirit of your day is documented in her friendly, yet unobtrusive manner. ART: The visual dynamics of Jenny's photos are a thoughtful reflection of her subjects. The composition, color, and framework are visually appealing to the eye. RESULTS: Photos that are both aesthetically beautiful AND expressive.