Jessica Earnshaw is an award-winning photojournalist based in New York whose work focuses on criminal justice and healthcare. As a documentary photographer Jessica is a contributor to the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. In 2015, she received the prestigious Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation Fellowship to photograph aging in American prisons. In 2016 her “Aging in Prison” work was published by National Geographic and also made Buzzfeed’s top ten list of most interesting photo stories of the week. In 2017, the next chapter of her aging in prison work, centering on re-entry after a life sentence was published in Mother Jones and The Marshall Project.
TFI/A+E IndieFilms StoryLab | 2017