Photographer Focus: Jacqueline Harriet
Jacqueline's photos are cool, crisp, and captivating. As a fellow New Yorker, she's surrounded by inspiration and by people, which is her favorite subject to shoot. She's got a definite point of view, and has a undeniable talent for capturing her subjects emotions, which translate clearly to the viewer. Her photos are perfectly planned and executed, and we can't stop staring. Can't wait to see what comes next from Jacqueline (a short film, perhaps?). See more of her work here and on Flickr, and read a quick Q&A with her below.
New York, NY
Canon 5D Mark II
random fact about yourself
At 5'2", I often get mistaken for a twelve-year-old.
favorite subject matter to shoot
People! I love photographing my subjects in various environments, playing with the lighting and the mood of the situation.
photographers you admire
Alex Prager, Ellen von Unwerth, Steven Meisel, Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, Txema Yeste, Olivia Bee
what makes a great photo
A discernible mood, a photograph that is more complex than its first impression.
what makes a terrible photo
Visible distracting and irrelevant details.
why do you love photography
Photography allows me to bring my inspiration to life, it allows me to capture my surroundings the way I want to remember them.
do you do any other art?
I am recently interested in shooting short film clips, I would love to make a short film at some point in the future!