Meet Jennifer. Founder, owner and photographer for JDP
Jennifer’s photographic career developed from her love of people and relationships. Her curiosity about people and art inspired her to spend many hours in the darkroom and after many rolls of film, places traveled, and thousands of hearts smiling, she mastered her craft. Jennifer happily ventures into her studio each day clicking her shutter to create timeless images. She enjoys all things green and tries to maintain a vegan diet, but occasionally gives in to tiny bits of cheese.
Married to her husband and VIP of Business Management at JDP, John Driscoll. John and Jennifer have three beautiful daughters who’s lives are very well-documented. They have a cat named Betty Diamond and are anxiously awaiting for spring of 2013 to adopt a special dog named Casee, born on St. Patrick’s day. Casey is currently pregnant with a litter, but will be retiring and enjoying the rest of her days with the Driscoll clan. Life is good.
Meet Alyson. Creative Director
Organized, personable and sweet, Alyson brings even more cheer to JDP along with her many talents. She has managed large teams of people in the corporate world and juggles many tasks at once with a very calm and cheerful demeanor. After graduating from the Art Institute in 2012 with a degree in Graphic Design Alyson is now ready to live her dream as an artist, but put her mad organizational skills to good use.
Alyson lives with her husband, Colin and their two dogs Hanz, Chloe & are fostering a four legged friend named Brock.
Meet Jaimee. Customer Service Extraordinaire.
Jaimee has awesome hair and a great smile! What we love most about her is her ability to organize orders and keep things running smoothly in the studio. She doesn’t think of herself as a technical guru, but she is our official IT person as so far she has fixed anything and everything web related. She’s a problem solver and she can tie a bow that would please Martha herself. Jaimee loves a pumpkin spice latte and makes great cookies!
Jaimee has three dogs and will be leaving us later this summer to take a break and enter into Marian University’s accelerated nursing program. They are lucky to have her and we hope she visits us often after July.