Jackie Neale is an award-winning New York based photographer and author with a passion for black and white film photography, a long history in digital photography, and imaging, and a recent, unrestricted-explorer into base level digital photographs. Commercially, Jackie offers clients high competency in both digital and film photography and production for both advertising and editorial photo shoots. While her passion lies in black and white analog based arts, her digital work can be seen in advertisements and publications in both web and print media. Most recently her work can be seen on view in her traveling exhibition, #SubwaySeries, and on The Artist Project, ArtNews, 82nd and Fifth and Connections, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s award-winning web publications, and was a contributing author to 30-Second Photography. Jackie successfully fundraised via Hatchfund.org to self-publish her book, #SubwaySeries in 2014, published in April 2015, and is currently exhibiting #SubwaySeries in Philadelphia and New York City.
Jackie considers herself first and foremost a film-based photographer working with the most interesting people on some of the most fantastic projects. She believes in ghosts, dreams, curiosity, acceptance, and the reliability of human behavior. Her studio and gallery is based in Brooklyn, and serves art buyers and editors internationally. Jackie enables art buyers and editors to use a classic medium in modern media by delivering first-class, full-production photography services. Jackie provides a large knowledge base for arts professionals wanting the look of film based images with the production turn around and expertise of digital.
Mexico-US An Immigration Oral History
People of the Valley Border Towns
You Asked For It
The Artist Project
100 Curators | 100 Portraits
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