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Hi there, my name is Jenn.  Thank you for visiting my site! Let me just tell you a little bit about myself; I promise I will be brief.


As a young girl, I didn’t know what I wanted to be when I grew up, but I knew I wanted to create!  


My mother kept my imagination busy with dance classes, arts & crafts, baking, and pretend play.  My father’s hobby was creating and building handmade & wooden items for use in our home, or just for play.  I watched him intently and absorbed every detail. 

​As Tim Burton said: "Anybody with artistic ambitions is always trying to reconnect with the way they saw things as a child."

As I grew older, my love for fashion, home décor, and handmade crafting naturally became my niche.  I have 20 years marketing experience and have been fortunate to be able to parlay my creativity into designing & creating unforgettable themes for small-to-moderate sized weddings for a handful of the most wonderful couples over the past years.


I love taking my creativity and hobbies to new levels...taking ideas and bringing them to life is very exciting and rewarding.


So why photography?  Well, honestly, I love photography!...who doesn't, right?!  I have always appreciated and envied those who are able to capture beautiful, fun, unique, and precious moments in someone's life.


My photography itch hadn’t fully exposed itself until my husband and I welcomed our beautiful twin daughters in the winter of 2013.  As most parents do, I loved taking photos of my little ones any chance I could get.  The more I clicked my camera, the more my passion for photography “developed”! 


I love photographing outdoors, using natural light; it's beautiful and each session is one of a kind.  I always look forward to learning more with each future session, and also to meeting new faces - capturing their moments in time and giving them the gift of memories to cherish forever. 

Favorite Quote:

"We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams," - Willy Wonka

JENN SOLLITTO - designs HOBBY photography.jpg
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