Jessica Branstetter is graduate of photography from Herron School of Art and Design. She is currently working out of Detroit, Michigan and Indianapolis, Indiana documenting the places and people that she meets along the way.
Throughout her practice as a photographer, Jessica Branstetter’s work has explored the lives of others through capturing the qualities that form a culture, person, or city. Her work tells a visual story of the people she meets, subjects and events that are important to her, and introspective investigations that form visual diaries of her life. Influenced by subcultures, she also photographs musicians and the underground culture that accompanies it. Her work often reflects the collective characteristics of different cultures, but also the powerful qualities of the individual. Contact her at JLBranst@iupui.edu.
Boudoir shoot as a gift to her husband for their first anniversary. She had all the prints in the back of a book from shutterfly, and the first part chronicled their first year together. So much fun! All looks were styled by burlesque performer Abigail Olsen.