Honorable Mention / 2016 / Portraiture / Personality

ICU TOO

  • Photographer
    Jennifere Thompson
  • Credit
    Jennifere Thompson © 2016

Jennifere Thompson captures images of animals living in their natural habitats, sanctuaries, man-made enclosures and rehabilitation centers. For three years Jennifere Thompson has devoted time photographing wildlife and wild animals as a non- profit series of work called, ICU TOO. Jennifere has travelled extensively around Australia, Central Africa, East Africa and South East Asia creating the series so that animals will be recognised worldwide. ICU TOO, is about the facial expressions the parallel of emotions shared with humans. A viewer needs only to look closely into the face of the animal to wonder about habitat loss and their endangered species.

Jennifere is an Australian photographer based near Melbourne. Her specialization is Wild Animal Portraits and wildlife. Her photographs are of animals living in their natural habitats, sanctuaries, man-made enclosures and rehabilitation centers. For three years Jennifere Thompson has devoted her time photographing wildlife and wild animals as a non-profit series of called, ICU TOO. Jennifere has travelled extensively around Australia, Central Africa, East Africa and South East Asia creating the series so that animals will be recognised worldwide. ICU TOO, is about the facial expressions and the parallel of emotions shared with humans. Jennifere's style is dark and emotional. She creatively omits the background so that her viewers will look closely into the face of the animal. Her aim is to help humans become aware of the animals vulnerability and habitat loss. Many of the animals that Jennifere has photographed are on the IUCN Red List of endangered species.