Jennifer Soriano (Dipper) is based in Los Angeles and is a hobby painter, animal & nature lover, mommy and follower of Jesus. 

When she is not cooking or washing stuff and editing, she may be found at the park with the kiddos and her mommy friends or sitting on the couch, binge-watching Netflix in her stretchy pants, eating ice cream.   

Jennifer is also an advocate for veteran families. She proudly serves with an advisory board of the Wives of War (Non-Profit Organization) which supports spouses of combat veterans through the cycles of deployment and the transition into civilian life.   She has been a guest speaker at  California State University San Bernardino, as well as several military/veteran spouse seminars and retreats in Southern California.  In addition, she regularly serves on the media team at Hope Unlimited Church, Monrovia and is a member of the PAN (Pilipino Artist Network) and The Haggus Society, which honors the artistic talents of women over the age of 40.

Jennifer has been photographing people and events for over a decade and continues her unscripted quest to discover new places and people around the world.  It is by this way, of serendipity,  that her image titled, "Rain Kids" has earned herself the Bronze Award in the IPA 2015 Competition in the People: Children category as well as art and photography exhibits in California,  Oregon, Vermont, Texas, New York, Internationally and Online.

Fine Art Photography has been recently added to her repertoire bringing a complementary balance to portrait photography and her pursuit to capture art in any given light.

Fine Art

People & Portraits

"I like taking a minimal approach to fine art photography. Moments captured are not created my me. I am simply recording one possible perspective in a given time in a way that I am captivated. Capturing an image allows me to capsulate a fleeting moment, allowing that same emotion (or interpretation) to be felt over and over by even those who were not there." 

"I believe in cataloging an individual's existence frequently and through photographs.  Life zips by so fast... even important milestones and achievements become a blur in the mind.  

I think it's so important to record those highlights and to be able to go back to them and reinforce those good, life memories.   

But whether it's a family portrait, lifestyle or wedding  (perhaps it's a simple statement or an entire story),  I enjoy working  with people to achieve a common, desired affect; where creativity and sentiment come together to grab attention to the viewer."

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