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Joyce Tenneson: Translating Inner Light to Film All photos © Joyce Tenneson
As one of today’s most successful and influential photographers, Joyce Tenneson has a unique gift for portraying a person’s true character in her images. This ability to reveal the true persona in her portrait subjects has become her signature style—one that elicits an emotional response from the viewer.
Tenneson’s intriguing photography has appeared on numerous magazine covers
throughout the years, including Time, Life, Entertainment Weekly, Newsweek,
Premiere, Esquire and The New York Times Magazine. She’s a sought-after
portrait artist, and has photographed numerous people from all walks of life,
ranging from female police officers to celebrities. She still teaches at Santa
Fe and Maine photographic workshops (“they’re like family to me”).
Her long list of honors includes 2003 Photographer of the Year at the PhotoImaging
Manufacturers and Distributors Association (PMDA) awards dinner in March.
A Compelling Portrayal
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