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March 01-04, 2018

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2018 SPE Annual Conference: Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood / Hosted by The University of the Arts

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Erin Jennings

Erin
Jennings

SPE Member since 2012
Member Chapter: South Central

Erin Jennings

SPE member since 2012
XLNude 1
Digital Infrared Photograph

Erin Jennings

SPE member since 2012
Miss Beverly Hills in Blue
Digital Photograph - Giclee Chrome Print

Erin Jennings

SPE member since 2012
Lady Doo Moi 2
Digital Photograph - Giclee Chrome Print

Erin Jennings

SPE member since 2012
CU Nude 1
Digital Infrared Photograph

Erin Jennings

SPE member since 2012
XLNude 2
Digital Infrared Photograph

Erin Jennings

SPE member since 2012
Miss Akasha Cassadine in Red
Digital Photograph - Giclee Chrome Print

Erin Jennings

SPE member since 2012
Lady Doo Moi 1
Digital Photograph - Giclee Chrome Print

Erin Jennings

SPE member since 2012
CU Nude 2
Digital Infrared Photograph

Erin Jennings

SPE member since 2012
XLNude 3
Digital Infrared Photograph

Erin Jennings

SPE member since 2012
Miss CC Collins
Digital Photograph - Giclee Chrome Print

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Erin Jennings is a Memphis based photographer and filmmaker, working in camera oriented mediums since 1997. Erin is co-owner of Memphis film production company, slaproductions, which specializes in producing documentary concert and performance films. Her photographic work utilizes film, digital photography, and the digital infrared process. Erin graduated from the University of Memphis with a Bachelor of Arts in Film Production in 2001, a Master of Arts in Political Science (Politics in Film) in 2009, and a Master of Fine Arts in Photography completed in December of 2010. Erin Jennings now teaches photography as a part-time faculty member at The University of Memphis and The Art Institute of Pittsburgh Online Division.

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