You may know photographer Jackie Bravo Vicere’s work and not even realize it. Jackie’s Porch Portraits Project garnered national media attention early on in the pandemic, landing Jackie and her work on the NBC Nightly News.
But how did the exposure effect Jackie’s business? What does she have in store next? Listen to the episode to find out.
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About My Guest
“I moved to Chicago when I was 18 years old and started exploring my opportunities in the creative field. I didn’t know anyone so I knew it was the perfect opportunity to reinvent myself! As I continued my career in photography in a foreign country, many different opportunities started arising! One of the most important ones in my career, so far, was the Front Porch Project during the pandemic lockdown in 2020. I took this opportunity and created a project that, to this day, continues to create opportunities! I am happily married to my husband Travis and we are expecting our first child together. I will experience motherhood behind the lens and get creative to document each and every milestone in my child’s growth. I am an advocate of documenting milestones and printing them out; there is nothing like a printed picture. I continue to explore life creatively and offer my talent to non-profits as well as in a professional level.”