Jennifer Esneault is a conceptual photographic artist in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Her conceptual work is informed by her own experiences and imagination, including depression, anxiety, sleep disorders, and trauma.
Her subject matter is the quiet inner workings of a human mind, fraught with anxiety, hope, beauty, and connectedness. Her work seeks to inform the viewer of the transformation of a psyche over time. Through light, shadow and universal symbolism, she tells stories that reside in us all.
When not creating photographic artwork, she spends her time painting abstract and mixed media pieces, and writing poetry and other prose. She is an active member of the Louisiana Photographic Society, serving as its exhibit coordinator and web master. Most often, you can find her at home with her husband and two children.
(I write about life, art, and other sundry items on my personal blog, "Somebody's Daydream." You can read it at the link below.)