About

Jordyn Rozensky Photography grew out of a love for storytelling - after all, what is photography but writing in light? Jordyn has been professionally telling stories with pictures for the past eight-plus years. 

Jordyn brings her documentary photography training to weddings, events, portrait sessions, and engagements. With a BA from Smith College, a master's in public policy from Brandeis, and over a decade in the nonprofit world, she's an activist, as well as a photographer and writer. 

Jordyn's writing can be found in various publications, including the Bitter Southerner, the Jewish Women's Archive, InterfaithFamily.com, and Tendency to Wander. She is also an adjunct member of the faculty at Endicott College, where she teaches Introduction to Photography through the online program. 

Jordyn Rozensky is located in El Paso, Texas - with regular trips to Boston, Massachusetts. 


Wandering

Jordyn recently completed a yearlong photography and storytelling campaign with her partner, their VW van, and their two cats. The project, which shares stories and photographs from across the United States, can be found at www.tendencyto.com.

 

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