Jenna Gang

Still Life Photographer & DirectorNew York, United States
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Jenna Gang

Still Life Photographer & DirectorNew York, United States
About me
JENNA GANG is a still life photographer/director who specializes in energetic, vibrant imagery and stop motion animations based in her studio in New York City. In addition to photography, Jenna offers unique know-how of high-end photography creation, from conceptualizing to retouching & animating. She has proven to increase engagement for several billion-dollar brands. She blurs the lines between creator and observer, leading her to experiment and bring unique ideas and top quality work.
  • Jenna Gang - Director Reel
  • Neutrogena Face Cleansers TVCNeutrogena Face Cleansers TVC Reel Director: Jenna Gang DOP: Mark Sherman Styling: Anna Lemi SFX: Brian Bryne
  • POPSOCKETS: HOLIDAY TVCClient: PopSockets Credits: Video - Jenna Gang, DP- Mark Sherman, Styling - Patrick Muller, Wardrobe - Chelsea Volpe, Glam - Kristy Strate, Nails - Ada Yeung, Production - Very Rare Description: :15 TVC ad for PopSockets Holiday collection.
  • ULTA: 21 Days of BeautyNew work for Ulta's 21 days of beauty campaign. Photography: Jenna Gang Agency: McCann Styling: JoJo Li Retouching: Dave Herr
  • Virgin AtlanticPhotography - Jenna Gang Food Styling - Ali Nardi Retouching - Stacy Powers Production - DMB Art Direction - Two Times Elliott Digi Tech - Alex Cornes Assistants - Denis Shklovsky & Natasha Piper
  • LottoI recently shot the spring still life campaign for Lotto with prop stylist Elena Horn. Lotto hired me to concept a series of images that would show off their shoes in a fun way. Each image was shot to live as a still for in store displays/magazine ads and also as stop motion animations for their socials.
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Projects credited in
  • Equal Lens: meet 100 women photographersAn equal shot for women photographers After looking through the books of over 70 leading commercial photography agents, we found that women accounted for less than 25% of those represented. This isn’t because of a lack of talent, or a lack of desire from agents, creative agencies or clients. It’s a structural problem that must be addressed with big collective actions, such as an industry-wide commitment to always include women photographers on the lists that clients and agencies select from.
  • Studio Lighting
  • Concept art
  • Photography
  • Stop Motion
  • Editing
  • Still Life Photography
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Photographic Direction
    PhotographyFashion Institute of Technology
     - New York, United States