Jana Williams is an American documentary photographer and visual storyteller based in Philadelphia. Their practice in photography touches on ideas of spectatorship and the oppositional gaze, voyeurism and representation of the black female body throughout history, and celebration of the everyday. Jana began their investigation with the camera taking self-portraits and photographs of family. Their goal as a photographer was to create a visual journal of her daily observations documenting life's rituals. Over the past five years, they’ve focused on making community-engaged art that documents the lives of the disabled, and LGBTQ youth of color. Receiving a BFA in Photography from Parsons School of Design; they’ve exhibited work in New Jersey; New York; Ghana, and London. Their photographs have been published in Marie Claire; Picture Magazine, and American Photography. Receiving honorable mention from PDN Exposure Awards, AP34 and iPOY; Jana has recently worked with A+E/Lifetime Network and their work has been collected by Danny Simmons and the African American Museum. Thank You For Visiting. Drop me a line with photographic inquiries and requests.