Jessica KaminskiPhotographer Female Milwaukee, Wisconsin, US
My Website: J Kaminski Photography
Mayhem # 323616
My name is Jessica Kaminski and I am a freelance photographer based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, but more than willing to travel nationwide and internationally. I love to travel!
I was also the Staff Photographer for M - Milwaukee's Lifestyle Magazine. I shot fashion spreads once a month.
I have been freelancing for over 5 years. I have a BFA in Fine Art Photography, and have studied in Milwaukee, San Francisco, and at Studio Art Centers International in Florence, Italy. My porfolio consists of everything from wedding photography, editorial, commercial and fine art work. Feel free to check out my website.
I am on here to add to my fashion portfolio, and am interested in doing model testing and/or TFP but am selective with who I work with. I would love to do beauty shots consisting of highly creative hair and makeup. I would also like to do some high fashion/high concept fashion shoots. I love diversity and models from all different ethnic backgrounds.
I am not interested and have no need for nude photography.
****PUBLIC ANOUNCEMENT: I am currently too booked to do any TFP or TFCD at this time. I will update this profile if/when my schedule opens up. Thank you!!
Client and Publication List
Winner: Best in Show and Best Professional Portrait -2007 Vital Source Magazine
Sutana Clothing, Fall 2005
Remy Bumpo Theater Company (Chicago)
The Wall Street Journal
Movie Maker Magazine
Wisconsin Bride Magazine
"100 Things to Do With A Harley" - Book
Waukesha Memorial Hospital
Milwaukee Wedding Planner and Guide
2nd Camera/Art Direction for the film "Starlite" -Winner for best Cinematography - Paris Film Festival 2007/ Winner Best Art Direction - New York Short Film Festival / Winner Best Milwaukee Film - Milwaukee International Film Festival
2nd Place, 24 Hour Film Festival, Milwaukee Art Museum
Group Show Participant: Auto Rewind/Fast Forward
Celebrates the 25th anniversary of the college’s photography program with an exhibition of works by 19 of its alums.