Everyone Is Welcome

As an inclusive business, I want my clients comfortable bringing their authentic whole selves to every session or shoot. Your life, your love, and your passion deserve to be documented regardless of gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, age, neurodiversity, disability status, citizenship, or any other aspect which makes you unique.

Columbus, OH Photographer & Filmmaker

Jennifer Zmuda is an Emmy award-winning director and creative artist specializing in telling stories through visual content. With both stills and film, Jennifer is known for using her craft to capture the beauty in movement, people and the world.

Her work has appeared in The Washington Post, Pointe Magazine, Dance Magazine, The Columbus Dispatch, CityScene, and many other local and national outlets. Holding a Master of Fine Arts from the University of California, Irvine, she first launched her photography business in 2006.

In 2019 she became a Single Mother By Choice to her beautiful daughter. Her preferred pronouns are she, her, hers.

Latest Posts

As we reopen

Hello, I’ve Missed You! It’s been a little over a month since photographers have been permitted to resume work in Columbus and it’s safe to say I wasn’t really ready when that happened. I’ve been watching as the state has reopened wondering when the time would be right for me to start offering family sessions…

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Front Porch Mini-Sessions

Front Porch Mini-Sessions! We can stay safe during this pandemic and make memories. Let’s document this weird time we’re all in with a family portrait on your porch. All social distancing safety guidelines will be followed. Contact me to schedule! Mini-Session details: $75 for a 10-15 minute session on your porch and a $40 product…

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90 Feet Tall

When you’re this gorgeous you deserve to be on a 90 foot tall billboard in downtown Columbus. Rachael Parini scored the prized spot by giving her all during our photoshoot. This was more than just an ad campaign though this was also about representation. Read more about Rachael’s thoughts here.

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