I am an artist who communicates through photography. Capturing the small, overlooked details is my forte. My current project 'Dylan' explores autism. During my 5 years in the industry I have developed an ever evolving artistic style and strive to learn and experiment with varied techniques, both digitally and with film.
I am very proud to share my graduation from University with a First Class Honours Degree in Photography.
If you would like to get in touch, please feel free to email me at [email protected]
Photo credit: William at Digitalpanda.design
(September 2017) Autism Parenting Magazine (Isssue 66)
(10-14th July 2017) Eclectic Group Exhibition - 5th Base, Heneage Street, London
(7-12th June 2017) Buzz Group Exhibition - Media City, Manchester
Autism Parenting Magazine.
I have been featured in the latest issue of Autism Parenting magazine (Issue 66 - September) Get your own free copy by going to www.autismparentingmagazine.com
"ECLECTIC is a 3-day photography celebration showcasing the final work of 11 BA (Hons) Photography graduates from Blackpool & The Fylde College.
The show will feature works of Ellen Coleman, Martyna Eidukynaite, Danny Gall, Jennifer Hodgson, Rachael Moore, Hope Stanton, Malgorzata Wilarska, Domique Wilson, George Wilson, Tomasz Wisniowski and Kirsten Yates."
BUZZ - Graduate Show 2017
"The very best final year work from:
BA (Hons) Fine art and professional practice
BA (Hons) Fashion Design (Contemporary Costume)
BA (Hons) Fashion Design
BA (Hons) Photography
BA (Hons) Digital Production and Film Making
BA (Hons) Creative Illustration
Thursday 8th June: 12pm - 6pm
Friday 9th June to Sunday 11th June: 10am - 6pm
Private View: Thursday 6pm - 9pm
Media city UK, The Studios, Broadway, Salford M50 2EQ"
Graduate Photography Online 2017
"Jennifer Hodgson's practice is oriented towards the ways in which memory is represented in photography. Technology, the family, normativeness and the domestic, are strong recurring concepts of her work. Jennifer's current project, 'Dylan' explores an autistic child's relationship with photography, in which he uses photography as a method of learning and means of personal expression. The photographs enclosed in this work are a result of the learning process and a symbolic representation of the learning process. This project is targeted towards an awareness of autism and those wanting to learn more about the spectrum disorder."