Jennifer Jacklin Stratton is a photographer and photo-facilitator, researcher, educator, thinker and maker. Her work often explores in-depth connections and estrangements between individuals, communities and the natural world. Over the past decade she has designed and supported human rights initiatives and girls' education programs. She often facilitates community-based creative productions and open access pedagodgy in collaboration with grassroots ogranizations, government agencies, NGOs, public schools, universities and professional vfx studies. She is currently working on sensory ethnography and mapping projects in Bangalore, India as well as completing a post-graduate photography fellowship.
Affiliations: Experimental Documentary Arts/ Duke University | Association for Women's Rights in Development | | Partnership for Appalachian Girls Education | HASTAC | FEMTECH | Lab Manager and Instructor Franklin Humanities Institute http://sites.fhi.duke.edu/phdlab/