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Jennifer Graylock covering the Time 100 Gala
|Education||MBA, BS in photography|
|Alma mater||Montana State University|
|Occupation||Photographer, Business owner|
|Known for||Fashion, beauty and entertainment photography|
Jennifer Graylock is an American award winning, fashion and entertainment photographer who photographs Kings, Queens, Presidents, Politicians, A List Celebrities, Musicians, Fashion Designers, Models, Fortune 500 Corporate Leaders and the neighbors next door. Known for her creative integrity and ability to capture the "one moment in time". Jennifer Graylock has been photographing notables for over 20 years. Created one of the largest topical archives on pop culture which can be viewed at www.GraylockPhoto.com. Jennifer Graylock can be hired directly via www.Graylock.com In addition to her commercial photography, Jennifer Graylock has created a line of Limited Edition Art Furniture known as Face Chairs www.FaceChairs.com as seen on Billion Dollar Buyer [billion dollar buyer] and fine art photography that has been displayed in galleries and homes of notables across the globe. Her work has been published in numerous publications worldwide including Vogue, Glamour, Us Weekly, People, TV Guide and InStyle.
She has earned an MBA and a BS in photography at Fairleigh Dickinson University and Montana State University. Winner of the prestigious 2017 Hollywood Beauty Awards  as Top Red Carpet Photographer .
Works in the media
- Jennifer Graylock award winner for the Hollywood Beauty Awards
- Jennifer Graylock interview by The Fashion Spot Jennifer Graylock
- Jennifer Graylock photographs Emma Stone
- Jennifer Graylock photographs Rihanna for the Us Weekly
- Jennifer Graylock photographs Karlie Kloss at the 2017 Met Gala for </ref>
- Jennifer Graylock photographs Scarlett Johansson for The Washington Post
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