Tiffany Clark

Photographer/Assistant — NYC

Tiffany was born and raised in St. Paul, Minnesota, has always been involved with the arts in some way since she was little. She was a frequent visitor of the children’s theater, enjoyed watching Broadway plays and musicals when they were in town, loved going to museums to see all of the paintings, drawings, sculptures and photographs, and also an admirer of classical music. Since graduating from ICP in 2007, Tiffany has gone on to work with one of the top photographers in the field, Ron Haviv of VII, assist many photographers throughout the city, teach assist for digital classes at ICP, and now starting to follow her dream of photojournalism and shooting for some of the local city newspapers in the city, while also producing her own photographic documentary stories. Her latest project about people who self-injure, was featured in London’s Getty’s Museum last summer. In the fall of 2011, she was accepted and completed the prestigious Eddie Adams Barnstormer workshop and won an assignment with the New York Times for her outstanding portfolio.

Tiffany takes great pride in capturing the moment and listening and connecting with her subjects. She has worked with Jennifer since 2005 as an assistant and training to be a photographer. Her family photography is amazing. She was invited to be a photographer working with Jennifer because of her gentle way with clients and the stunning images she made. Tiffany shoots digitally or with film, depending on the client preference, and currently photographs in New York City for Jennifer.

Selected shots

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