Jessica Dimmock, an award-Wining Documentary photographer, is a New York City native. Jessica worked as a public school teacher in Brooklyn for three years before pursuing photography. Since graduating from the International Center of Photography, Jessica has won numerous international awards, including the F Award for Concerned Photography, Magnum’s Inge Morath Award, the Juror’s Choice Award from The Santa Fe Center of Photography and The Marty Forscher Fellowship from Photo District News.
In the fall of 2007 Jessica’s first book, The Ninth Floor, was published in Italy and the USA. Jessica had her first solo exhibition at Forma, The International Center of Photography in Milan. She has had solo exhibitions at Foam, The Photography Museum of Amsterdam, Foley Gallery in New York and Locuslux Gallery in Belgium, as well as being part of numerous group shows including an exhibit at The Aperture Foundation and Kunsthaus Museum in Dresden. Jessica was accepted into the VII Network in 2008.
Jessica currently works as a freelance photographer on domestic and international assignments. Her work has appeared in numerous books and publications, including Aperture, The New York Times Magazine, Fortune, Newsweek, Time, New York Magazine, The British Journal of Photography and Photoicon. Jessica is based in Brooklyn.