Jenna Close is half of the duo P2. She and her partner Jon got their start shooting for the alternative energy industry and have now branched into still and motion projects for industrial and advertising clients. They’ve worked for some fun people like NBC San Diego, Sierra Club, Beta Engineering and The Cincinnati Zoo.
Jon and Jenna were early adopters of remote controlled aerial photography, they particularly enjoy making composite images and they spend a fair amount of time on their surfboards. Jenna is currently a director on the national board of the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) where she works to promote sustainable business practices and encourage a supportive environment for ASMP members and the photographic community at large.
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Join Ibarionex on Saturday, April 25th for a day of street photography in Downtown Los Angeles. Beginning with a presentation on his approach to street photography at the Los Angeles Center of Photography, you will take the Metro to Downtown LA where we'll photograph in the historic theater district, Olvera Street and Union Station. You will then return to LACP for a critique your images and those of your fellow photographers.
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