Local Photographer Opens Studio At Cambridge Square

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Local photographer Jennifer Anderson has opened a studio at Cambridge Square, a mixed-use community in Ooltewah that specializes in supporting Chattanooga-based business owners and their brands. Jennifer Anderson Photography will open for bookings on Saturday. 

Ms. Anderson has been a photographer for more than 13 years. She is a member of the Professional Photographers of America organization and specializes in shooting weddings, families, high school seniors and children. Ms. Anderson often works with her husband Damien who serves as her IT professional and associate photographer. By trade he is a helicopter pilot, and an United States Army veteran.  

“Ms. Anderson is an ideal tenant for Cambridge,” said Jim Cheney, Marketing and Leasing director. “Not only does she own a local business, but her specialization in family photography is a great fit for the greater Ooltewah community. We’re very excited that she chose our development to open her studio.”

Ms. Anderson shoots both on site and in the studio, working closely with her clients to provide a hands-on experience and images that capture their events and personalities on an intimate level. Ms. Anderson’s self-described style is "bright and airy with a vibrant touch, focusing on emotional connections; genuine, authentic moments, and candid storytelling."

“I’m so excited to be a part of this community,” said Ms. Anderson. “It is a dream come true to see my name on the door of my very own studio. I look forward to sharing my lifelong love for photography with local families and building lasting relationships.”



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