Jennifer Pangraze is new to the Tampa area. Born and raised in New England Jennifer gained a love for the arts in her youth. She began her career as a photographer working for a daily newspaper in Portsmouth, NH.
After graduating with her BFA and moving to Washington, DC she began assisting several prominent photographers and launched her freelancing career. This included shooting for local and national wire services, the Associated Press and UPI, and ultimately lead to a photographer position with the National Gallery of Art and later a contract with The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, MD.
Inspired by the interesting twists and turns of her own education, she approaches teaching with great enthusiasm. Her teaching experience includes working with people of all ages and experience levels from a wide range of backgrounds. She has taught both the use of analog and digital photographic materials and processes and is experienced using 35mm to large format cameras.
Jennifer holds a BFA from The Art Institute of Boston/Lesley University in Cambridge, MA.