Brand Photos for Podcaster and Photographer Jen Rozenbaum | NJ Brand Photographer


Jen Rozenbaum is an influencer and a trailblazer. A wife, mom, entrepreneur, podcaster, and boudoir photographer, Jen has dedicated herself to helping women discover their femininity and celebrate it shamelessly.

Jen’s influence reaches beyond her own clients to other photographers and women through her podcast, Shamelessly Feminine. In this space, she empowers others to build their business in order to help even more women celebrate themselves.

Jen is a force to be reckoned with, and her brand photographs needed to communicate her edgy, push-the-envelope style.


What are some interesting things about your backstory that can bring a deeper element to your brand photos?

I’ve spent the last 9 years as a self-taught photographer. I developed the skills while going through infertility. I come from a long line of biz owners. I’m also a breast cancer survivor. When people say I can't do something, it makes me want to do it more.

What is the mission and what are the values of your business?

My mission is to help heal my clients, which in turn heals me. My podcast, Shamelessly Feminine, is a movement all about women empowerment and celebrating the unique femininity of women. My goal is to make women feel strong, beautiful, and ready to take action.


What words are often used to describe you and your brand?

Badass, warrior, honest, rebel, shameless

Is there a specific quote that really resonates with you and your brand?

Well behaved women rarely make history.

When people see your brand images, what do you want them to feel?

I want to evoke feelings of fun, laughter, and approachability.


What kinds of people and brands inspire you?

Musicians and chefs — people who must constantly redefine themselves to stay relevant. Chanel — the woman herself. She was a trailblazer and didn't give a crap what people thought about her. Musicians like Madonna or Beyonce who are pushing boundaries. Reese Witherspoon for taking on the Hollywood stereotypes about women all while being incredibly feminine.


Who is your ideal client? What are they struggling with and how do you help them?

My ideal client isn't a certain age or income, my ideal client is a mindset: a woman who’s a little rebellious, has confidence, but needs a little push to bring it out into the open. She's struggling with the belief that she’s worth it — I show her she is. After working with me, my clients have more confidence. They leave empowered and ready to kick ass. My clients don’t always expect their session to change their lives, but if they’re open to it, it often does! They begin taking more risks, making decisions, and taking action on the things they’ve been putting off.

Do you have a unique story to tell? Are you looking to stand out as a leader in your industry? I’d love to help you SHINE and CAPTIVATE your audience through images that are perfectly branded to form a deeper connection. Let’s chat: