Joelle Jensen is a Brooklyn based photographer and independent curator who manages the Merrill C. Berman Collection in New York. She received several awards for her photographs, including a darkroom residency at The Camera Club of New York and a Two-Year Fellowship from the Center for Emerging Visual Artists. Photography credits include the New York Times, Hyperallergic, and the Huffington Post as well as exhibition catalogues for internationally renown museums including the Museum of Modern Art (New York), Fundacion Juan March (Spain), Neue Galerie (New York) to name a few. Jensen's personal work appears in How We Do Both, Art and Motherhood (Secretary Press), Magenta Foundation's Flash Forward, Esquire (Russia), PDN, and The Photo Review. Curatorial projects include Drawing Pictures at Camera Club of New York, Posing at Abrons Art Center and Mad Cow: Absurdity & Anxiety in Contemporary Culture at NURTUREart Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. Jensen recently served on the board of The Camera Club of New York as the chair of the exhibition committee.