Jenny Lewis is an award winning portrait photographer whose main concerns have been visual story telling in her community, often championing women’s voices and the underrepresented. She has worked within her field both commercially and on personal projects for over twenty years, successfully publishing three photographic monographs. Her portraits are an authentic representation of her subjects in their own homes, workspaces or local environment developing a strong visual language and historical documentation of the way we live.
Her work is part of The National Portrait Gallery Collection and Birth Rites Collection; she regularly shows in International and National public institutions, appearing in a group show called Kinship in Open Eye Gallery last year, The Taylor Wessing Portrait Award and Arles Open Walls in 2020. She is a mentor within the photography community, lecturing and running workshops nationwide in all the major photography institutions across the UK.