My name is Jen Wittlin.

I moved to Brooklyn in September 2010 after living in Boston for 15 years.  I love the endless exploring that New York provides.  I am a social worker in the child welfare field.  I spend a lot of time thinking about social justice issues.  I am interested in food and farming.  I have recently started learning how to preserve and pickle the local harvest.  I search out restaurants that will make my taste buds explode.  I use my hands to make as many things as possible.  I knit, sew and make collages.  But primarily, I take pictures.  Photography is how I keep myself sane.  This blog will be the intersection of all of these things.

Thank you for visiting.

I would love to hear from you.  My email is jennifer.wittlin [at] gmail [dot] com


7 thoughts on “About

  1. Veronica says:

    How wonderful! I love it.

  2. Veronica says:

    I am so proud of you!

  3. Jen, I am so proud of you. You’re photos are amazing. Gramps would be in awe and maybe he is even though he is no longer with us. I am so happy that you are doing something that makes you feel so good. Love Mom

  4. lucia says:

    Can’t wait to see this unfold.

  5. Annie Costa says:

    As always your pictures are beautiful and so much fun to look at, One of my favorite trips was to New York and I love the way you photos give a whole new life to something and make it beautiful. keep up the great work! Proud of You!
    Annie Costa

  6. Ananda Lowe says:

    Just discovering this. You are an amazing photographer. I had no idea. (I worked in the photography field for 5 years.) Brava!!

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