Jennifer Orhélys navigate since childhood in a cultured broth, languages and art. She has always been lucky to be in contact with the beauty and the surrounding wilderness. A strong visual experience that will feed her years later in her artistic expression, the photography.
By the emotion that carries her, Jennifer persists in creating an imaginary, colorful, and reflective world of solitary heroines and emotionally charged landscapes against an insidious moroseness of society. Jennifer Orhélys studied the history of art and cinema, hence her photographic work inspired by the Pre-Raphaelite, romantic periods of classical painting.
Her photographs explore the universal themes of dreams, fairy tales, mythology, and religion.
In 2016, her work on self-portraiture was recognized and is part of the permanent collection of the Kiyosato Photographic Art Museum (a musèum dedicated to photography in the Kiyosato region of Hokuto City, Japan).