Jenna Wortham is a staff writer for The New York Times Magazine. The kind of writer that has a unique and identifiable perspective. While I read her work, I hear Jenna’s unmistakably enthusiastic, driven and curious voice in my head, pursuing new knowledge, and sharing it with the reader in an effortless way. Jenna doesn’t mess around.
A little while ago, we spent a chilly morning in Clinton Hill, shooting a few portraits to accompany an interview she did with writer Om Malik for his outlet Pico. Below are some of the shots that made the article, a few additional outtakes, and some mobile shots that were posted to Instagram. Read the article itself here.
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Shot on the iPhone 5S, edited in Darkroom, VSCO and Snapseed.