Kaitlin Jencso portrays carefully constructed moments in time that communicate a specific, fleeting feeling. Photographs are a space to explore, process, and discover my fears and truths. Her exploration of the beauty in the mundane has led to a voyeuristic, yet cinematic approach to seeing.

 

She explores the emotional territory of ever-expanding and evolving relationships. Feelings of loss, movement, sense memory, nostalgia, ephemera, bloodlines, and the land create narratives. Although she photographs the commonplace, it is done in a thoughtful and insular way to capture a feeling instead of merely recording reality. These distilled moments heighten the senses into small, transcendent experiences.

Kaitlin graduated with a BFA from the Corcoran College of Art + Design in 2012. She won Best Fine Art Series at FotoWeek DC in 2016 and 2014. She also received an Award of Merit in the Focal Point show at the Maryland Federation of Art in 2014.

 

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Bibliography:

 

Jacobson, Louis “Reviewed: NEXT at Corcoran, Class of 2012”, Washington City Paper Blog, Washington, DC:

26 April 2012, Arts Desk.    Article

 

O’Sullivan, Michael “Making Nostalgia Look Trendy”, Washington Post, Washington, DC:

20 April 2012, p.26.    Article

 

Adi Video Pro “Behind the Lens with Kaitlin Jencso”, Arlington Independent Media,

Television show March 2012.

 

Jacobson, Louis “The Best Photographic Images of 2011”, Washington City Paper Blog, Washington, DC:

21 December 2011, Arts Desk.  Article

 

O’Sullivan, Michael “Capturing a Moment and Much More”, Washington Post, Washington, DC:

02 December 2011.   Blog      Article

 

Jacobson, Louis “Reviewed: On the Lakeshore...and Other Stories at Goethe Cultural Institut”, Washington City Paper Blog, Washington, DC: 16 November 2011     Article