Jennifer Little is an Associate Professor of Photography at University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. Her current project, 100 Years of Dust: Owens Lake and the Los Angeles Aqueduct, is an in depth documentation of the environmental and political conflicts over water rights and air quality in California's Owens Valley. The project includes still photography, documentary videos, and aerial images produced with a drone.
Jennifer's 100 Years of Dust project won a prestigious Curator’s Choice Award from CENTER, a Critical Mass Top 50 Award from PhotoLucida, and a Philadelphia Museum of Art Collection Award from The Print Center. Jennifer has presented artist talks at Review Santa Fe, the SPE National Conference, University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Stanford University, University of LaVerne, Pitzer College, San Francisco Art Institute, and Kala Art Institute, among others.