Jennifer Cabral


I would like to thank you for allowing me to share my work and my skills to this committee. I hope this description will transpire my interests and help your determine if I am a good candidate to contribute and collaborate with the craftsman at Benrido. Since 2010 I've held a permanent position as a Library Collection photographer at Princeton University. I am part of a team of photographers responsible for capturing with accuracy and precision items from the Rare Books and Special Collections of this institution. Using cutting edge technology I must bridge analog formats and digital technologies. I try to bring the same effort and skills into my personal projects in photography. I strive to present the details of analog and digital images in print form. Under your guidance, I hope to create Collotype prints that enables me to preserve the vanishing landscape and biodiversity of my home state. I hold a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in photography from Escola Guignard, and a degree in Social Communications from Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais in Brazil. In 2001, I relocated to the United States to attend the photography program at the School of Visual Arts in New York. I am a member of National Press Photographer Association and I’ve been working as an independent photographer in central New Jersey for over fifteen years. My printing expertise were used to reproduce negatives and digital files for publications such as The New York Times, Vanity Fair and Vogue.

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