Jennifer Kilberg’s unique insight into the photo industry is a result of her extensive experience and understanding of all aspects of photography since joining the industry in 1996. With over 15 years in the business, she is a driving force in the photo community, consulting photographers on portfolio and marketing. Jennifer’s focused approach to all creative assignments results in a positive experience that always exceeds expectations. With a refreshing, upbeat energy, she turns challenges into workable solutions.
In 2004, Jennifer started Fluidvision Inc. and has worked with a diverse international client base of photographers and illustrators of all styles and specialties. As a strong communicator, Jennifer enjoys working with all types of personalities, and her loyal client base is a testament to her ability to build long-term relationships. Jennifer has worked with Agency Access clients since 2009 in both Campaign Manager Programs and other types of consultations.
After graduating Boston University visual arts school with a BFA, Jennifer moved to New York. Throughout her career, she has assisted photographers and worked in all aspects of the business until she found her true passion – consulting.
Before becoming a freelance consultant, Jennifer worked at NBC/Universal Television’s SCI FI Channel as a photo editor, and had the opportunity to hire and work with top photographers including Mary Ellen Mark and David La Chappelle, among others. Her television and film experience adds yet another facet to Jennifer’s ability to help photographers understand what it takes to work in those markets.
As a professional photographer herself, Jennifer was hired by the Chinese National Tourist Office for their marketing materials and also had the opportunity to photograph various destinations in Southeast Asia, Papua New Guinea, Africa, and India.
Jennifer also learned the technical side of the business both as as an account executive for Kodak Professional and as the manager of the post-production department of Shoot Digital in New York.
Working as an account manager at AmericanPhoto and Popular Photography magazines helped Jennifer gain insight into the sales and marketing side of the industry. Finally, as a teacher, Jennifer has given presentations and lectures to W Magazine, Parsons School of Design, FIT, ASMP, School of Visual Arts and APA to name a few. In Atlanta, Georgia, Jennifer is currently teaching the business side of Photography and Portfolio development at The Creative Circus and The Portfolio Center.