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Jackie Theresa Neale Chadwick

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  1. Website
  2. Phone : 212-518-8815
  3. Address : 398 Manhattan Ave., 1st Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11211 USA

Jackie Neale Chadwick?s, work displayed in trytichs and quads, is best described as ?a child?s uneasy and tender visions of longing to join the spiritual world.? ?A visual approximation of the heavenly world,? she uses her personal trademarks of powerful perspectives, wide angled views, sometimes exaggerated color palettes, surreal, religious overtones create Neale Chadwick?s creepy, tension-filled narrative. Jackie?s photographs are inspired in the cognitive-unconscious; in turn her imagery is incredibly ethereal and decidedly cerebral.

Jackie Neale Chadwick hails from the suburbs of Philadelphia, and enjoyed an urban-suburban upbringing. After a long, devoted apprenticeship with lighting guru, Philadelphia photographer, Stephen Hone, she relocated to Williamsburg, Brooklyn 9 years ago to launch her fine art career and her freelance photography business in New York City.

Jackie holds a BFA in photography from NYU, Tisch School of the Arts and continues her photography studies through mentorship, lectures, workshops, and classes in NYC. Jackie is proudly the Director of Communications on the Board of Professional Women Photographers and is also a member of Editorial Photographers and the Advertising Photographers of America, New York chapter.

Notable awards include the Scott Oliva Photography Award, NYU TSOA Alumni Scholarship, and Positive Focus Recognition Award for her work, Tuesday and Wednesday of Every Week. Jackie held two successive terms as resident photographer with the Urban Memory Project at Brooklyn School for Global Studies spring 2006, and Williamsburg Preparatory High School from 2005-2007. She worked with the students to develop a photographic approach to supplement their Oral History projects, which documented the changes to their surrounding neighborhoods. Neale Chadwick single handedly curated and assembled the conclusive work from these two 2006 Urban Memory Project classes in an exhibition entitled ?Lost In Transition: Williamsburg and Carroll Gardens.? ?Lost In Transition?? was originally exhibited at the New York Municipal Art Society and traveled to New Visions for Public Schools in New York City soon after. Neale Chadwick was awarded a monetary grant from New Visions for Public Schools to honor her work on this exhibition.

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